Princeton University Energy Association

As the world’s need for energy grows and the burning of fossil fuels warms Earth to dangerous levels, the quest to find sustainable, practical solutions to these issues becomes one of the most important tasks that we must undertake today... Saving our environment will not hinge on a singular grand solution, but a constellation of technologies and policies working together.
— Lynn Loo, Director of the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

CALLING ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

The Princeton Energy Case Competition is organized by the Princeton University Energy Association (PUEA) and offers the chance for high school students to explore multifaceted solutions to the pressing energy problems of today.

PUEA was founded in 2014 by Princeton University students who sought to create opportunities for students to connect with industry leaders in the energy field and to raise awareness and interest in energy. Since then, the Association has founded annual conferences, career panels, and case competitions. The Association recognizes that energy is essential to life and all living organisms, but more importantly our energy choices and decisions impact not only the natural world we live it, but also have profound social, political, and economic impacts.


PECC Board

Amber LIN - President of PUEA

KAVYA Chandran - PECC DIRECTOR

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SHaylee McBRIDE

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