Dr. Philippidis’ R&D in Sustainable Energy ».

Energy production and use are among the top indicators of economic growth and quality of life. Global energy demand is projected to grow more than 5-fold by 2050, but at the same time there is global concern about fossil fuel-induced climate change. Clearly, our country needs technologies that promote energy generation from sustainable natural resources and policies that enhance clean energy and energy conservation and efficiency.

Given the critical nature of energy, Dr. George Philippidis has made energy R&D and education his top priorities at the Patel College of Global Sustainability with a focus on technology commercialization in biofuels, green hydrocarbons, bioproducts, and renewable power from domestic sustainable resources, such as cellulosic biomass and algae.

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