About Duke Energy Club Projects
The Duke Undergraduate Energy Club aims to explore the real-world energy sector, engage with the greater energy community, and help solve the critical energy challenges of today. Each semester, we collaborate with companies and organizations in the energy and sustainability fields to offer pro-bono consulting projects for students. Through these projects, we connect students with industry professionals, helping students build real-world skills while also delivering results for our partners.
See more detailed information on Fall 2022 projects
Fall 2022 Project Application is Live!
For prospective project managers and project members, please apply through this link.
This fall, Duke Energy Club is excited to announce the launch of seven student-led projects, including partnerships with Third Derivative, Duquesne Light Company, Renewell Energy, LandUp, and Enerpoly. Project focuses are diverse in both subject matter and industry, from constructing market landscape analysis for climate tech accelerator, to examining redevelopment plans for a large utilities company’s coal ash sites, to conducting policy research on the Inflation Reduction Plan for an innovative energy storage startup, and many others.
Being part of an Energy Club project is an amazing opportunity to make a real-world impact, gain invaluable knowledge & perspectives, and have the experience of working with energy industry leaders & other highly enthusiastic peers. We encourage everyone to apply, regardless of experience.
For prospective project managers, applications are due Friday 9/9 at 11:59 PM; for prospective project members, applications are due Friday 9/16 at 11:59 PM. To learn more about Duke Energy Club and Fall projects, please come to the info session on Tuesday 9/6 from 7:00 - 8:00 pm at Classroom Building R240.