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3Q: 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
Podcast: Sustainable hydropower

Gia Schneider, co-founder and CEO of Natel Energy, on early climate inspirations, founding a company, and how she’s revolutionizing hydropower.

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

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

How can you reduce the environmental impact of your next virtual meeting?

Study uncovers overlooked environmental impacts of internet use by estimating associated carbon, land, and water footprints.

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.

Photo: Bryce Vickmark 3 Questions: Ernest Moniz on the future of climate and energy under the Biden-Harris administration

Former US energy secretary discusses opportunities and challenges with MITEI Director Robert Armstrong.

Concept for a hybrid-electric plane may reduce aviation’s air pollution problem

Proposed design could reduce nitrogen oxide emissions by 95%, a new study finds.

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

Envisioning an equitable, inclusive low-carbon future

U.S. C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium convenes virtually, declaring environmental justice key for combating climate change

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