UK CAER Outreach Nets Big Savings for Kentucky Communities
UK CAER is working in communities across the Commonwealth to help local governmental agencies reduce their energy bills and improve their infrastructure.
Pilot-Scale Algae System at Duke Energy’s East Bend Station
CAER researchers are exploring the potential of capturing carbon emissions from a coal-fired power plant to cultivate algae, which can then be processed into value-added products like biodiesel, animal feed, fertilizer, and chemicals.
Welcome to CAER 101
The CAER 101 project brings scientists and children together in a classroom setting.
Developing Quick Bonding Concrete to Stabilize Shock Damaged Structures
We partnered with KY-based Minova USA, Inc. to develop a rapidly deployable, low-cost structural support that can be engineered into a facility, or deployed by first responders to prevent catastrophic failure.

We are Kentucky’s Energy Problem Solvers

The University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy (CAER) investigates energy technologies to improve the environment. Researchers contribute to technically-sound policies related to fossil and renewable energy.

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