Institute for the Design of Advanced Energy Systems (IDAES)

Project Goals

The Institute for the Design of Advanced Energy Systems (IDAES) will be the world’s premier resource for the development and analysis of innovative advanced energy systems through the use of process systems engineering tools and approaches. IDAES and its capabilities will be applicable to the development of the full range of advanced fossil energy systems, including chemical looping and other transformational CO2 capture technologies, as well as integration with other new technologies such as supercritical CO2. In addition, the tools and capabilities will be applicable to renewable energy development, such as biofuels, green chemistry, Nuclear and Environmental Management, such as the design of complex, integrated waste treatment facilities.

Collaborating institutions

The IDAES team is comprised of collaborators from the following institutions:

  • National Energy Technology Laboratory (Lead)
  • Sandia National Laboratory
  • Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Carnegie-Mellon University (subcontract to LBNL)
  • West Virginia University (subcontract to LBNL)

Contact, contributions and more information

General, background and overview information is available at the IDAES main website. Framework development happens at our GitHub repo where you can report issues/bugs or make contributions. For further enquiries, send an email to: <idaes-support@idaes.org>

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