The MIT Energy Fellows Policy Initiative, founded in 2020, is a group of MITEI Energy Fellows (past and present) who work closely with MIT faculty, staff, the MIT Washington D.C. Office, and other energy policy advocates to better understand how scientists and engineers can play a central role in the framing of energy policy legislation and public discourse. We strive to create better scientific and engineering leaders to propel the energy transition globally.
Our focus is to provide an opportunity for members of the MITEI Society of Energy Fellows to:
Our programming will include monthly discussions, invited speakers at seminars, networking opportunities in the energy space, relevant workshops, and trips to meet with lawmakers in state assemblies, Washington D.C. and other international events.
MIT Energy Fellow David Fischer irradiates high-temperature superconducting tape to test its resilience and prepare for the first pilot fusion plant.