Energy Research at Dartmouth

Energy Research at Dartmouth

The institute will build on Dartmouth’s reputation for scholarly excellence and collaborative, high-impact research, expanding current efforts and creating new areas of strength.

Arthur L. Irving

About the Donors

The institute is named in honor of Arthur L. Irving, a leader in the energy field and a supporter of academic institutions and environmental causes.

Why Energy Matters

Faculty and staff talk about what the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society will mean for Dartmouth.

The institute’s focus is a great combination—it’s not energy alone, it’s energy and how it connects to people, to society, to broad issues like climate change and environmental justice. There’s no other problem facing our global society that’s as important. Any action that Dartmouth can take now—creating new knowledge and new leaders generated from our student body—to solve these issues will have huge impacts on the future of societies around the planet.