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MIT Sloan School of Management Professor Valerie Karplus discusses implications of China’s climate and energy policies at an MIT Club of France event during COP21 in Paris. Credit: Emily Dahl / MIT Energy Initiative

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

Awardees will use grants to advance research in areas including energy storage, renewables expansion modeling, and the chemistry of electrocatalysts.

3 Questions: New England’s wholesale electricity markets

Abigail Krich, founder and CEO of Boreas Renewables, discusses the incompatibility of New England’s electricity market structure with achieving carbon emissions reduction goals.

C3E announces Texas A&M Energy Institute joining collaborative effort to advance women’s leadership in clean energy

The new partnership will broaden the geographic reach and diversity representation of the United States C3E program and help further promote women’s leadership in the energy sector.

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