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The Foundations for Engineering Education for Distributed Energy Resources (FEEDER) Consortium consists of twelve Universities across the United States, seventeen utility companies, ten supporting industry partners, and two national labs.

As one of the national network of centers, FEEDER undertakes research, curriculum development, education and training activities aiming at widespread adoption of distributed renewable energy resources and deployment of smart grid technologies. Its industry/utility-sponsored collaborative research activities will be carried out through the FEEDER Research Center for Distributed Technologies and Smart Grid, and its cross-institutional educational and training activities will be performed through the FEEDER Institute for Distributed Technologies and Renewable Energy.

Principal Investigator

Zhihua Qu, Ph.D.
Thomas J. Riordan and Herbert C. Towle Chair and Pegasus Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering