Energy and Infrastructure
Learn about energy use and how climate change is being addressed in the Rutgers Community.
Rutgers Center for Green Building
The Rutgers Center for Green Building promotes green building through research, education and training, and partnerships with industry, government and not-for-profit agencies.
Rutgers Energy Institute
The overall mission of the institute is to foster both fundamental and applied scientific research and policy research to develop sustainable energy production compatible with economic growth and environmental vitality.
Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering- Sustainable Systems
Living laboratories, physical and cyber-system environments, indoor and outdoor monitoring, and miniature prototypes allow for replication of real-world environmental challenges and advances in research and education.
The College Avenue Redevelopment Project
Devco and Rutgers partnered to ensure the sustainability of new buildings constructed on College Avenue, following LEED standards.
Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center
The Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy was created in 1998 to facilitate informed public debate on critical transportation issues and to conduct research in areas not otherwise addressed by conventional sponsors. The center specializes in identifying and exploring transportation linkages to other public policy areas, such as economic development, land use, political governance, finance, and social policy.
Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation
Across all transportation modes, the Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation at the School of Engineering works to maintain and improve U.S. infrastructure, lower life-cycle costs, increase resilience, and promote safe, economically efficient, and environmentally sound ways to keep our country moving.
“We never know the worth of water till the well is dry.”
– Thomas Fuller, Historian