SECA is the corporate affiliate program for the Precourt Institute for Energy, which serves as the hub of a broad and deep network of experts from various science, technology, behavioral, business, and policy disciplines who are working independently and collaboratively to solve the world's most pressing energy problems.
Additional research tokens may be purchased by SECA members for US $75,000 each.
Stanford will provide invoices for charges. Membership is considered renewed on an annual basis upon receipt of the annual membership fee.
The benefits to our members are considerable:
SECA membership allocations can be made in the Fellow-Mentor-Advisor Program and/or focus groups, and/or visiting scholars programs. These funds support the exploration of innovative research ideas.
All SECA memberships are subject to Stanford University Policies for Industry Affiliates Programs. All Visiting Scholars must comply with Stanford University Visiting Scholars guidelines.
Our consortium of faculty
Spanning Stanford's Seven Schools, our team is led by program Faculty Co-Directors Prof. Sally Benson, Precourt Family Professor in the department of Earth Resources Engineering, and Prof. Arun Majumdar, Precourt Professor in the department of Mechanical Engineering and of Photon Science, and, by courtesy, of Materials Science and Engineering.
Membership in SECA allows a broad-reaching engagement with numerous benefits, programs, and services, including all of the following:
Members include Applied Materials, Murata, and Trafigura.