At the Saint Francis University Institute for Energy (IFE) we work to be a reliable source of energy information for businesses, schools, policy makers, and communities. We are committed to establishing high-quality, authentic, and accurate information to assist Pennsylvanians in making
educated and sustainable energy choices.
Since our founding as the Renewable Energy Center in 2005, we have educated a diverse number of individuals, farms, schools, municipalities, and businesses in Pennsylvania and beyond. The organization identifies barriers to sustainable energy use and sets up programs to overcome them through research and outreach. The
university's wind analysis has led to more than 200 MW of installed wind energy capacity in PA and our programs have encouraged Pennsylvanians to pursue a variety of clean energy projects. In the spirit of Saint Francis, our commitment is to preserving the environment while serving
the community. Learn more below!
The Institute for Energy provides a variety of services to the public, including:
Explore Pennsylvania's wind resource with our state and county wind maps and interactive explorer. Assess the resource at your location to see if installing a wind turbine is feasible.
We research issues facing the energy industry in the Commonwealth to create policy framework to ensure the energy
industry continues to thrive.
Pennsylvania has been and continues to be an energy rich state. Learn about the state's energy resources and how they are utilized.
In need of an installer for your clean energy project? See 75+ listings in the following categories:
Working in the energy industry offers unique opportunities for a rewarding career. Saint Francis University offers several energy related programs of study.
Stay up to date with recent energy news and learn what we have been up to lately.
Learn about Saint Francis University's efforts to go green.
Saint Francis University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider
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