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From nighttime solar panels to algae biofuels, emerging research presented at Energy Solutions Week

I'm honored to have been invited to write about Stanford's annual Energy Solutions Week. On Tuesday, Stanford researchers showcased innovative energy technology developments, from cutting-edge batteries to nature-based carbon capture technologies, as part of Energy Solutions Week.

Stanford Energy Solutions Week was a four-day event held at the Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center. Hosted by Precourt Institute for Energy, the invite-only event was the main annual technical symposium to showcase Stanford’s energy-related research this year. Each of the four days focused on a different topic, including energy systems and long duration energy storage.

“The Energy Solutions Week is meant to have our industry partners, university professors and students come together,” said Yi Cui, Director of Precourt Institute for Energy and professor of materials science and engineering in the day’s opening statement.

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