Clemson University’s International Center for Automotive Research unveils the hybrid Deep Orange 3, its latest low carbon vehicle designed by students.
Clemson University is building a turbine drivetrain test facility in North Charleston, S.C., that will be able to handle turbines in the 5-15 MW range.
The DOE recently awarded Clemson University with one million dollars to open a GATE Center of Excellence, which will focus on creating sustainable vehicle systems.
Clemson researchers have identified alginate as new binder material for lithium-ion battery electrodes that they hope could boost energy storage capacity.
A study at Clemson University funded by the National Science Foundation seeks to uncover the reasons for building designers’ decisions, focusing on net zero.
South Carolina will, by 2012, play host to the world’s largest wind-turbine drive-train testing facility, which will be operated by Clemson University.
A new concept car from Clemson University uses electricity and gas to power lithium-polymer batteries, which are expected to produce the equivalent of 100 mpg.