100 Best colleges for Renewable Energy Engineering in the United States

Below is the list of best universities in the United States ranked based on their research performance in Renewable Energy Engineering. A graph of 1.37M citations received by 29.4K academic papers made by 158 universities in the United States was used to calculate publications' ratings, which then were adjusted for release dates and added to final scores.

We don't distinguish between undergraduate and graduate programs nor do we adjust for current majors offered. You can find information about granted degrees on a university page but always double-check with the university website.

1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#4 in the World
Acceptance Rate
7%
Average SAT
1545
Average ACT
35
Net Price
$19,998

2. University of California - Berkeley

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#8 in the World
Acceptance Rate
17%
Average SAT
1420
Average ACT
33
Receiving Aid
63%

3. Stanford University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#11 in the World
Acceptance Rate
5%
Average SAT
1495
Average ACT
33
Net Price
$20,023

4. Iowa State University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#14 in the World
Acceptance Rate
88%
Average SAT
1160
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
93%

5. University of Wisconsin - Madison

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#17 in the World
Acceptance Rate
57%
Average SAT
1360
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
58%

6. University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#19 in the World
Acceptance Rate
63%
Average SAT
1330
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
70%

7. University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#20 in the World
Acceptance Rate
70%
Average SAT
1350
Average ACT
28
Receiving Aid
80%

8. California Institute of Technology

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#22 in the World
Acceptance Rate
7%
Average SAT
1555
Average ACT
36
Net Price
$26,591

9. Georgia Institute of Technology

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#28 in the World
Acceptance Rate
21%
Average SAT
1450
Average ACT
33
Receiving Aid
73%

10. University of Texas at Austin

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#34 in the World
Acceptance Rate
32%
Average SAT
1340
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
66%

11. Texas A&M University - College Station

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#41 in the World
Acceptance Rate
63%
Average SAT
1270
Average ACT
29
Receiving Aid
81%

12. University of California - Los Angeles

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#42 in the World
Acceptance Rate
14%
Receiving Aid
73%
Average Aid
$15,461
Enrollment
44,589

13. Arizona State University - Tempe

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#43 in the World
Acceptance Rate
88%
Average SAT
1210
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
94%

14. University of California - Davis

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#46 in the World
Acceptance Rate
46%
Average SAT
1280
Average ACT
29
Receiving Aid
74%

15. Cornell University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#50 in the World
Acceptance Rate
11%
Average SAT
1470
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$27,522

16. Pennsylvania State University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#52 in the World
Acceptance Rate
55%
Receiving Aid
73%
Average Aid
$8,719
Enrollment
40,363

17. University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#55 in the World
Acceptance Rate
26%
Average SAT
1430
Average ACT
33
Receiving Aid
66%

18. Michigan State University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#56 in the World
Acceptance Rate
76%
Average SAT
1200
Average ACT
26
Receiving Aid
71%

19. Purdue University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#58 in the World
Acceptance Rate
67%
Average SAT
1295
Average ACT
29
Receiving Aid
61%

20. University of Colorado Boulder

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#61 in the World
Acceptance Rate
84%
Average SAT
1240
Average ACT
28
Receiving Aid
67%

21. North Carolina State University at Raleigh

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#63 in the World
Acceptance Rate
46%
Average SAT
1320
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
68%

22. University of Massachusetts - Amherst

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#71 in the World
Acceptance Rate
65%
Average SAT
1295
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
90%

23. University of Nebraska - Lincoln

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#73 in the World
Acceptance Rate
78%
Average SAT
1215
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
93%

24. Carnegie Mellon University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#76 in the World
Acceptance Rate
17%
Average SAT
1510
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$36,983

25. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#81 in the World
Acceptance Rate
66%
Average SAT
1270
Average ACT
28
Receiving Aid
66%

26. University of Tennessee - Knoxville

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#83 in the World
Acceptance Rate
78%
Average SAT
1222
Average ACT
28
Receiving Aid
91%

27. Ohio State University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#87 in the World
Acceptance Rate
68%
Average SAT
1320
Average ACT
29
Receiving Aid
84%

28. University of Florida

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#91 in the World
Acceptance Rate
31%
Average SAT
1375
Average ACT
31
Receiving Aid
91%

29. University of Washington - Seattle

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#96 in the World
Acceptance Rate
56%
Average SAT
1327
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
56%

30. Colorado School of Mines

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#101 in the World
Acceptance Rate
55%
Average SAT
1355
Average ACT
31
Receiving Aid
90%

31. Princeton University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#103 in the World
Acceptance Rate
6%
Average SAT
1510
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$18,685

32. University of Delaware

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#104 in the World
Acceptance Rate
66%
Average SAT
1240
Average ACT
28
Receiving Aid
89%

33. Columbia University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#130 in the World
Acceptance Rate
7%
Average SAT
1515
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$22,126

34. Illinois Institute of Technology

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#136 in the World
Acceptance Rate
61%
Average SAT
1295
Average ACT
29
Net Price
$28,161

35. University of California-San Diego

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#144 in the World
Acceptance Rate
37%
Average SAT
1375
Average ACT
31
Receiving Aid
60%

36. Oregon State University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#145 in the World
Acceptance Rate
82%
Average SAT
1195
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
88%

37. Harvard University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#148 in the World
Acceptance Rate
5%
Average SAT
1520
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$18,037

38. University of Maryland - College Park

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#170 in the World
Acceptance Rate
51%
Average SAT
1375
Average ACT
32
Receiving Aid
67%

39. Michigan Technological University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#175 in the World
Acceptance Rate
70%
Average SAT
1255
Average ACT
28
Receiving Aid
99%

40. University of South Florida

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#176 in the World
Acceptance Rate
49%
Average SAT
1240
Average ACT
28
Receiving Aid
92%

41. Northwestern University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#177 in the World
Acceptance Rate
9%
Average SAT
1490
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$28,344

42. Washington State University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#179 in the World
Acceptance Rate
80%
Average SAT
1115
Average ACT
23
Receiving Aid
92%

43. Colorado State University - Fort Collins

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#183 in the World
Acceptance Rate
84%
Average SAT
1175
Average ACT
26
Receiving Aid
81%

44. Kansas State University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#193 in the World
Acceptance Rate
94%
Receiving Aid
88%
Average Aid
$8,453
Enrollment
20,854

45. University of Chicago

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#205 in the World
Acceptance Rate
7%
Average SAT
1535
Average ACT
35
Net Price
$36,584

46. Mississippi State University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#207 in the World
Acceptance Rate
80%
Average SAT
1160
Average ACT
26
Receiving Aid
98%

47. University of Arizona

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#225 in the World
Acceptance Rate
85%
Average SAT
1220
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
95%

48. North Dakota State University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#231 in the World
Acceptance Rate
94%
Average SAT
1136
Average ACT
23
Receiving Aid
95%

49. Missouri University of Science and Technology

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#234 in the World
Acceptance Rate
81%
Average SAT
1314
Average ACT
29
Receiving Aid
99%

50. University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#237 in the World
Acceptance Rate
79%
Average ACT
22
Receiving Aid
78%
Average Aid
$5,363

51. Johns Hopkins University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#239 in the World
Acceptance Rate
11%
Average SAT
1515
Average ACT
35
Net Price
$25,241

52. University of Texas at Arlington

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#254 in the World
Acceptance Rate
88%
Average SAT
1150
Average ACT
24
Receiving Aid
90%

53. University of Pittsburgh

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#255 in the World
Acceptance Rate
64%
Average SAT
1332
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
78%

54. University of Central Florida

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#257 in the World
Acceptance Rate
45%
Average SAT
1250
Average ACT
28
Receiving Aid
94%

55. Oklahoma State University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#258 in the World
Acceptance Rate
67%
Average SAT
1135
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
92%

56. University of Georgia

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#263 in the World
Acceptance Rate
48%
Average SAT
1355
Average ACT
31
Receiving Aid
92%

57. University of California - Santa Barbara

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#272 in the World
Acceptance Rate
37%
Average SAT
1345
Average ACT
31
Receiving Aid
60%

58. University of California - Riverside

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#276 in the World
Acceptance Rate
66%
Average SAT
1180
Average ACT
27
Receiving Aid
91%

59. Clemson University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#278 in the World
Acceptance Rate
62%
Average SAT
1300
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
89%

60. University of Southern California

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#280 in the World
Acceptance Rate
16%
Average SAT
1435
Average ACT
32
Net Price
$39,759

61. Yale University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#281 in the World
Acceptance Rate
7%
Average SAT
1520
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$17,511

62. New Mexico State University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#284 in the World
Acceptance Rate
63%
Average SAT
1050
Average ACT
20
Receiving Aid
99%

63. Duke University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#286 in the World
Acceptance Rate
8%
Average SAT
1520
Average ACT
35
Net Price
$26,932

64. University of California - Irvine

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#291 in the World
Acceptance Rate
30%
Average SAT
1330
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
74%

65. University of Notre Dame

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#298 in the World
Acceptance Rate
19%
Average SAT
1475
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$29,981

66. Texas Tech University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#300 in the World
Acceptance Rate
70%
Average SAT
1155
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
86%

67. Rutgers University - New Brunswick

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#301 in the World
Acceptance Rate
67%
Average SAT
1295
Average ACT
29
Receiving Aid
66%

68. Utah State University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#315 in the World
Acceptance Rate
91%
Average SAT
1200
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
87%

69. Montana State University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#319 in the World
Acceptance Rate
81%
Average SAT
1205
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
92%

70. University of Iowa

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#321 in the World
Acceptance Rate
84%
Average SAT
1210
Average ACT
26
Receiving Aid
87%

71. Rice University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#333 in the World
Acceptance Rate
11%
Average SAT
1515
Average ACT
35
Net Price
$19,215

72. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#336 in the World
Acceptance Rate
57%
Average SAT
1400
Average ACT
32
Net Price
$40,661

73. University of Alabama

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#341 in the World
Acceptance Rate
80%
Average SAT
1200
Average ACT
27
Receiving Aid
85%

74. University of Toledo

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#346 in the World
Acceptance Rate
95%
Average SAT
1098
Average ACT
23
Receiving Aid
97%

75. Dartmouth College

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#347 in the World
Acceptance Rate
9%
Average SAT
1500
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$24,525

76. University of Virginia

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#350 in the World
Acceptance Rate
23%
Average SAT
1415
Average ACT
32
Receiving Aid
60%

77. University of Miami

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#360 in the World
Acceptance Rate
33%
Average SAT
1335
Average ACT
30
Net Price
$31,726

78. University of Houston

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#367 in the World
Acceptance Rate
63%
Average SAT
1215
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
94%

79. Drexel University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#380 in the World
Acceptance Rate
77%
Average SAT
1280
Average ACT
28
Net Price
$39,463

80. Northeastern University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#382 in the World
Acceptance Rate
20%
Average SAT
1475
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$37,738

81. University of Hawaii at Manoa

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#387 in the World
Acceptance Rate
84%
Average SAT
1175
Average ACT
24
Receiving Aid
72%

82. South Dakota State University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#391 in the World
Acceptance Rate
89%
Average SAT
1150
Average ACT
23
Receiving Aid
95%

83. Florida State University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#410 in the World
Acceptance Rate
32%
Average SAT
1285
Average ACT
29
Receiving Aid
96%

84. Syracuse University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#412 in the World
Acceptance Rate
69%
Net Price
$47,177
Receiving Aid
88%
Average Aid
$25,864

85. University of Nevada - Reno

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#416 in the World
Acceptance Rate
87%
Average SAT
1160
Average ACT
23
Receiving Aid
92%

86. Indiana University - Bloomington

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#420 in the World
Acceptance Rate
80%
Average SAT
1235
Average ACT
28
Receiving Aid
80%

87. New York University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#425 in the World
Acceptance Rate
21%
Average SAT
1455
Average ACT
33
Net Price
$45,417

88. University of New Mexico

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#426 in the World
Acceptance Rate
96%
Average SAT
1140
Average ACT
21
Receiving Aid
96%

89. University of Oklahoma - Norman

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#429 in the World
Acceptance Rate
83%
Average SAT
1200
Average ACT
26
Receiving Aid
95%

90. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#431 in the World
Acceptance Rate
25%
Average SAT
1385
Average ACT
31
Receiving Aid
64%

91. University of the Sciences

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#432 in the World
Acceptance Rate
71%
Average SAT
1215
Average ACT
26
Net Price
$31,497

92. University of Utah

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#433 in the World
Acceptance Rate
79%
Average SAT
1240
Average ACT
26
Receiving Aid
87%

93. University of Texas at Dallas

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#436 in the World
Acceptance Rate
79%
Average SAT
1335
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
82%

94. University of Pennsylvania

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#440 in the World
Acceptance Rate
9%
Average SAT
1515
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$24,167

95. Auburn University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#447 in the World
Acceptance Rate
85%
Average SAT
1240
Average ACT
28
Receiving Aid
74%

96. University of Missouri - Columbia

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#452 in the World
Acceptance Rate
82%
Average SAT
1215
Average ACT
26
Receiving Aid
93%

97. University of Connecticut

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#453 in the World
Acceptance Rate
56%
Average SAT
1280
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
77%

98. West Virginia University

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#459 in the World
Acceptance Rate
84%
Average SAT
1130
Average ACT
24
Receiving Aid
95%

99. University of Arkansas

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#463 in the World
Acceptance Rate
78%
Average SAT
1185
Average ACT
26
Receiving Aid
87%

100. University of Wyoming

For Renewable Energy Engineering

#464 in the World
Acceptance Rate
94%
Average SAT
1140
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
95%

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