The H2E3 project lead is the Schatz Energy Research Center (SERC), based at Humboldt State University in Arcata, California. HSU’s Department of Environmental Resources Engineering worked closely with SERC on classroom implementation. SERC’s major partner during the period of DOE funding was the Institute of Transportation Studies, based at University of California, Berkeley.

The H2E3 project was sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy during the period 2008-2011.

Industry partners included fuel cell developers Protonex Technology Corporation and Jadoo Power Systems, Inc. During summer 2011, Protonex hosted two student interns who had previously participated in H2E3 curriculum.

Faculty partners who have participated in the project to date and the classes in which they have used the curriculum include:

Humboldt State University

Eileen Cashman - Introduction to Engineering
Beth Eschenbach - Introduction to Engineering, Probability and Statistics
Arne Jacobson - Introductory Thermodynamics
Charles Chamberlin - Advanced Thermodynamics, Probability and Statistics, Transport Phenomena
Patricia Terry - Thermodynamics for Non-Engineering Majors

University of California, Berkeley

Timothy Lipman and Daniel Kammen - Energy and Society, Introduction to Design and Analysis
Michelle Douskey - General Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis

Sonoma State University

Sascha Von Meier - Energy Forum

University of California, Riverside

Kawai Tam - Green Engineering

San Francisco State University

A.S. (Ed) Cheng - Engineering Experimentation

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