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The 2022 U.S. C3E poster competition

Students and early-career researchers are invited to participate in a poster competition at the annual U.S. C3E Symposium and Awards, which will be held on November 2 in Washington, D.C.

Porous materials designed to trap molecules

Controlling pore openings for maximum capture

Policies to cut carbon emissions

Designing an equitable option

Turning carbon dioxide into valuable products

DNA can help guide the process

MIT announces five flagship projects in first-ever Climate Grand Challenges competition
Center for Electrification and Decarbonization of Industry

Uniting MIT climate researchers to create scalable clean energy solutions under one roof

How to remove dust on solar panels without using water, improving overall efficiency
What choices does the world need to make to keep global warming below two degrees Celsius?
New class explores paths to reducing transportation emissions
Lessons from energy leaders

IAP course connects MIT and global learners with practitioners and experts

Joy Dunn ’08: Bridging careers in aerospace manufacturing and fusion energy with a focus on intentional inclusion
Recent energy graduates reflect on their time at MIT
MIT spinoff Takachar processes waste biomass to reduce airborne emissions
3 Questions: Emre Gençer on the role of blue hydrogen in decarbonizing the world’s energy systems
Making hydrogen power a reality

Hydrogen fuel has long been seen as a potentially key component of a carbon-neutral energy future. At the 2022 MIT Energy Initiative Spring Symposium, four industry experts laid out their efforts to produce it at scale.

Energy storage important to creating affordable, reliable, deeply-decarbonized electricity systems

MIT Energy Initiative report supports energy storage paired with renewable energy to achieve decarbonized electricity systems

Building consensus on concessions

MIT Energy Initiative leaders are helping to push the conversation on ending energy poverty—including at a recent online conference hosted by the government of Ghana.

MITEI 2021 Annual Research Conference addresses “Getting to net-zero by 2050”

Speakers call for rapid deployment of integrated strategies to meet global energy needs and mitigate climate change.

Investors awake to the risks of climate change

At the MIT Energy Initiative’s Fall Colloquium, finance executive Poppy Allonby laid out the current state of sustainability thinking among the investor class.

MIT Energy Initiative launches the Future Energy Systems Center

New MITEI consortium focuses on speeding the energy transition, engaging with industrial leaders, to deploy clean energy advances at scale

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