The Energy Research Institute involves an average of over 200 people annually in energy investigations in a wide variety of fields including basic energy science, bioenergy, fuel cells, smart grid and controls, energy efficiency, wind energy, and carbon sequestration. For the past few years ERI has averaged over $13 million in research activity annually involving 37 faculty, 65 graduate students, 73 undergraduates, and 60 professionals from 16 different MSU departments and centers.

 
Projects and Grants

Projects and Grants

Student Involvement

Student Involvement

Economic Development

Economic Development


Research by Energy Topic

Research by Capabilities and Expertise

Biofuels

Biofuels

Catalysis

Catalysis

Computational

Computational

Carbon Sequestration

Carbon Sequestration

Energy Biotechnologies

Energy Biotechnologies

Energy Materials

Energy Materials

Fuel Cells

Fuel Cells and Batteries

Environmental Monitoring & Remote Sensing

Environmental Monitoring & Remote Sensing

Natural Resources and Fossil Energy

Natural Resources and Fossil Energy

Wind

Wind

Social and Economic Issues

Social and Economic Issues

Systems, Buildings & Energy Efficiency

Systems, Buildings & Energy Efficiency