Colorado State University

Powerhouse Energy Campus

Completed in 2014, the Powerhouse Energy Campus is home to a variety of interdisciplinary laboratories and research spaces alongside offices and classrooms for CSU researchers, and space for partner companies and start-ups. The 100,000 sq. ft. LEED Platinum building serves as a model for sustainable building practices and innovative architecture and construction. 

In 2015 the Powerhouse Energy Campus was awarded the Platinum Level certification from U.S. Green Building Council. Click here to learn more about the LEED green building certification program. 

Innovative Features of the Powerhouse:

View the Powerhouse Energy Campus Final Scorecard.

View the Powerhouse Energy Campus LEED Certificate. 

Energy Institute Member Organizations

Center for Energy and Behavior Center for Energy Development and Health Center for Energy Water Sustainability Center for Laser Sensing and Diagnostics Center for Next Generation Photovoltaics Center for the New Energy Economy Electric Power Systems Laboratory Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory Industrial Assessment Center Institute for the Built Environment Rural Energy Center Sustainable Biofuels Development Center