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Pathways for sustainable personal transportation

MITEI report identifies need for technological innovations, policies, and behavioral changes

Q&A: James Bushnell on electricity markets and deep decarbonization
Can hydrogen become part of the climate solution?

The MIT Energy Initiative’s 2019 Spring Symposium investigates the resurgence of global interest in low-carbon hydrogen.

MIT Energy Initiative awards seven Seed Fund grants for early-stage energy research

Annual MITEI awards support research on methane conversion, efficient energy provision, plastics recycling, and more.

How to speed up the discovery of new solar cell materials
3Q: The future of nuclear energy in Japan

TEPCO executive discusses the fallout of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident and Japan’s nuclear energy future.

Protecting our energy infrastructure

New analysis targets cybersafety

Removing CO2 from power plant exhaust

Combining capture and disposal

Finding novel materials for practical devices

New machine learning technique can help

Catherine Drennan: Catalyzing new approaches in research and education to meet the climate challenge
Energy Ventures class proves successful launchpad for students, startups
MITEI launches online energy classes to meet global needs
Hardworking undergraduates enrich MIT’s energy ecosystem
3Q: Vladimir Bulović on game-changing solar energy and nanotechnologies
VP for Research Maria Zuber urges outward-facing collaborations at MIT Climate Night

Inaugural event for MIT’s climate action groups showcases ways the Institute is reaching outside its walls to make new contributions on climate change.

3Q: Robert Stoner discusses clean energy for India

Tata Center director discusses energy opportunities and challenges for world’s 3rd largest economy.

Earth Day 2019: Students share why they work for a more sustainable future
Ernest Moniz receives inaugural public policy award from American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Engaging in “science statesmanship” is essential for path forward on climate and nuclear security, says Moniz.

Students helping to make island communities carbon neutral

Using design thinking to solve energy issues on Martha's Vineyard and beyond.

Turning desalination waste into a useful resource

Process developed at MIT could turn concentrated brine into useful chemicals, making desalination more efficient.