What is CAES - A public research and education center focused on collaboration that inspires innovation, fueling energy transitions, and economic growth for the future. The Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES) is a research and education consortium among Idaho National Laboratory, Boise State University, Idaho State University, the University of Idaho and the University of Wyoming. Headquartered in Idaho Falls, with complementary capabilities and programs at each of the participating universities, CAES works to solve regional energy challenges that have national impact. CAES research, capabilities, talent and infrastructure emphasize work in focus areas including advanced nuclear energy systems, advanced manufacturing, energy-water nexus, innovative energy systems and cybersecurity.
The 55,000-square-foot Center for Advanced Energy Studies building is located on MK Simpson Boulevard in Idaho Falls, near both Idaho State University’s University Place campus and most of Idaho National Laboratory’s in-town facilities.
55,000 sq.ft. LEED Gold facility
CAES engages industry to understand technology challenges and shape research-driven solutions that lead to a commercialization pathway. Industrial partners gain a window into advanced energy studies research programs and core capabilities.
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