Pacific Northwest Center of Excellence for Clean Energy
The Center of Excellence for Clean Energy is a statewide and regional resource that represents the interests of the energy industry and our labor partners, within the Washington State Community and Technical College system. The Center aims to narrow the gap between employers’ demands for a highly skilled workforce and the colleges ability to supply work-ready graduates.
University of Oregon (UO)
The UO ranks in the top 20 percent nationally in such varied fields as creative writing, education, environmental law, landscape architecture, psychology, sports marketing, sustainable business practices, and many more.
UO has a graduate program in electrochemistry.
University of Washington
The University of Washington is a public research university in Seattle, Washington, United States.
Washington State University (WSU)
Washington State University is a public land-grant research university with campuses in Pullman, Spokane, Tri-Cities, Vancouver, and Everett.
WSU researchers specialize, particularly, in cryogenic technologies, solid oxide electrolysis, and catalysts in anion exchange electrolysis.
Western Washington University
Western Washington University is the premier undergraduate-centered university located in Bellingham in northwest Washington and is home to 15000 students.