Sharif Energy Research Institute
Who we are
Sharif Energy Research Institute (SERI) is a leading research center in the Islamic Republic of Iran.This center is affiliated to Sharif University of Technology (SUT). Its establishment was supported by Ministry of Petroleum (MoP) and National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC). It includes 5 research groups which are:

Partners
Department of Energy Engineering of Sharif University of Technology:
Energy Systems Engineering
New Technologies of Energy
Energy and Environment
In the Community
We are an academic research center acting as a think tank in civil society and contributing to the sustainable development of the energy sector.
Latest News

Workshop on "Managing the Energy-Environment-Water Nexus for Sustainable Development & Targeting to Clean, Green & Zero Waste Technologies in the Steel Industry"

Published on: 2018-01-17
The technical workshop on “Managing the Energy-Environment-Water Nexus for Sustainable Development & Targeting to Clean, Green & Zero Waste Technologies in the Steel Industry” will be held on 3-7 February 2018 for Iran Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization (IMIDRO).

Green development studies of Shif Island, June 2017

Published on: 2017-07-11
“The Analysis of Challenges and Potentials of Development of Green villages for different climates of Iran”, Shif Island, was chosen as an actual case-study.

Nowruz Ceremony at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)

Published on: 2017-04-03
Nowruz is celebrated on March, 21 at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) by Iranian research colleagues from Sharif Energy Research Institute (SERI).

Negotiations Between AERI and SERI On Mutual Greenhouse Studies

Published on: 2017-01-12
Through the expansion of research activities of Energy and Environment group (EEN) of SERI in water & energy nexus studies greenhouse technology development has been targeted.

Algorithmic Regulation Model for Environment

Published on: 2016-12-27
Based on the existing national enviromental rules, an algorithmic regulation model was developed by the researchers at Energy & Environmetal Group of SERI