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Low-Carbon Energy Centers

The Low-Carbon Energy Centers employ a uniquely inclusive model that draws partners from many sectors to develop deployable solutions that can meet global energy needs sustainably. Read more

Powering the energy transition with better storage

MIT and Princeton researchers evaluate the role and value of long-duration energy technologies in securing a carbon-free electric grid

Texas energy crisis could have been avoided with regulation and risk management

Misguided, politically motivated decision to rely on markets alone has caused suffering for millions of Texans.

MITEI’s first virtual Annual Research Conference focuses on developing and deploying key decarbonization technologies

Event focuses on importance of science, students, and scale in the clean energy transition

To boost emissions reductions from electric vehicles, know when to charge

MIT researchers develop novel EV emissions model to quantify importance of vehicle charging patterns and impact of ambient temperature on EV emissions levels.

Meet the research scientists behind MITEI’s Electric Power Systems Center
3Q: The price of privacy in ride-sharing app performance
Can industrial-scale green hydrogen be cost-competitive by 2030?
Evaluating battery revenues for offshore wind farms using advanced modeling
Two research projects receive funding to advance technologies that avoid carbon emissions

Asegun Henry, Paul Barton, and Matěj Peč will lead research supported by MITEI’s Center for Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage

Assessing the value of battery energy storage in future power grids with increasing integration of wind and solar energy generation
MITEI’s Mobility Systems Center awards four new projects for low-carbon transportation research
Pathways for sustainable personal transportation

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

Chemistry bonds ”quirky” researchers in hard-working Surendranath Lab
ExxonMobil renews support for MIT Energy Initiative’s low-carbon research

Company to join MITEI’s Low-Carbon Energy Centers for Energy Storage and Mobility Systems.

MIT and Eni renew collaboration on low-carbon energy research and technologies
MITEI launches online energy classes to meet global needs
Observing hydrogen’s effects in metal

Microscopy technique could help researchers design safer reactor vessels or hydrogen storage tanks.

Indonesian company INALUM collaborates with MIT Energy Initiative as a member to advance low-carbon energy technologies

INALUM will support research through MITEI’s Low-Carbon Energy Center for Materials in Energy and Extreme Environments

MIT Energy Initiative study reports on the future of nuclear energy

Findings suggest new policy models and cost-cutting technologies could help nuclear play vital role in climate solutions

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