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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

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.

MISTI pilots conversations in energy

The MISTI Career Conversations: Energy program serves as an innovative pivot from international internships to a virtual seminar series.

Remembering friends of MITEI
Encouraging solar energy adoption in rural India

An investigation into household decision making

China’s transition to electric vehicles

Benefits will come, but at what cost?

Building nuclear power plants

Why do costs exceed projections?

Meet the research scientists behind MITEI’s Electric Power Systems Center
Energy interns share remote summer research experiences
MITEI hosts a virtual toast for 2020 Energy Studies Minor graduates
InEnTec: Climate goals expand impact of waste-processing MIT spin-off
Powering through the coming energy transition

Carbon capture and storage are key to achieving climate goals.

Pushing the envelope with fusion magnets

MIT Energy Fellow David Fischer irradiates high-temperature superconducting tape to test its resilience and prepare for the first pilot fusion plant.

3 Questions: Fatih Birol on global energy markets and climate trends
Revamped MIT Climate Portal aims to inform and empower the public
3 Questions: The price of privacy in ride-sharing app performance
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