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An energy storage solution like “soft-serve ice cream”

Researchers make the case for a slow-flowing, electrochemical compound as a cost-efficient, grid-scale battery backup for wind and solar

“Vigilant inclusion” central to combating climate change

Tenth annual U.S. C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium focuses on equity and justice in the clean energy transition

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

Awards support research to improve the efficiency, scalability, and adoption of clean energy technologies

Coupling power and hydrogen sector pathways to benefit decarbonization goals

MIT-led team finds that holistic optimization of electric power and hydrogen supply chain infrastructure is favorable for emission reductions and decreased infrastructure costs.

Andy Sun announced as new Associate Professor of Operations Research and Statistics and the Iberdrola-Avangrid Professor of Electric Power Systems at MIT Sloan

Sun will serve as faculty lead of the MIT Energy Initiative's new Future Energy Systems Center

MITEI statement on the successful test of first high-temperature superconducting fusion magnet
3 Questions: Daniel Cohn on the benefits of high-efficiency, flexible fuel engines for heavy-duty trucking
Making the case for hydrogen in a zero-carbon economy
3 Questions: Secretary Kathleen Theoharides on climate and energy in Massachusetts

Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs discusses the state’s plans to achieve net-zero by 2050 and how to get there.

In memoriam: George P. Shultz PhD ’49 (1920–2021)
Using aluminum and water to make clean hydrogen fuel—when and where it’s needed
Designing better batteries for electric vehicles

Materials selection for scaled-up production

Fine-tuning new materials for energy devices

First look at atomic structure reveals path forward

MITEI researchers build supply chain model to support hydrogen economy
Energy class dives into global problem of technology waste
Awele Uwagwu: From gas to solar, bringing meaningful change to Nigeria’s energy systems
Via Separations: MITEI spin-off takes aim at industrial decarbonization
Keeping humanity central to solving climate change

MIT scholars are helping to solve the economic, cultural, and political dimensions of the world’s energy and climate challenges.

The MIT Energy Initiative and MIT’s Industrial Liaison Program renew collaborations with Ferrovial

Ferrovial is committing $5 million to support low-carbon energy and sustainable infrastructure research at MIT

Collaborators in climate action

Symposium highlights ambitious goals of MIT–industry research targeting technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

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