A new MIT online model for regional planning calculates the cost-optimized strategy for specific regions under a variety of constraints and assumptions.
Selecting the right metal can alleviate the corrosion problem.
Annual MITEI awards support research on carbon removal, novel materials for energy storage, improved power system planning, and more.
The findings, based on a single electrochemical process, could help cut emissions from the hardest-to-decarbonize industries, such as steel and cement.
MIT study finds system deployment processes have been slow to improve over time—but must be addressed to lower clean energy costs in the future.
Economist Catherine Wolfram balances global energy demands and the pressing need for decarbonization.
MIT Sloan Professor Andy Sun works to improve the electricity grid so it can better use renewable energy.
Pre-orientation program for incoming first-year students provided an overview of energy-related activities and research.
MITx and MIT Energy Initiative launch new series in sustainable energy, design, transportation, and policy.
With batteries based on iron and air, Form Energy leverages MIT research to incorporate renewables into the grid.
Antora Energy is commercializing a thermal battery that lets manufacturers use renewable energy around the clock.
Professor of urban and environmental planning David Hsu explains what municipal governments are doing as climate change accelerates.
Demand-side initiative brings together multiple stakeholders to explore market and policy innovations with new entity named the Hydrogen Demand Initiative (H2DI)
MIT Electric Vehicle Team builds a unique hydrogen fuel cell–powered electric motorcycle.
At the MIT Energy Initiative Fall Colloquium, Shell’s chief technology officer laid out two very different potential paths for the decades ahead.
At Clean Energy Education and Empowerment (C3E) symposium, women rally to beat the clock on climate change.
The MIT Energy Initiative’s Annual Research Conference highlights strategies for implementing large-scale reductions in the world’s greenhouse gas emissions.
MIT study shows that cities’ plans often won’t achieve their goals; decarbonizing the local grid could make the difference.