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Revamped MIT Climate Portal aims to inform and empower the public
3 Questions: The price of privacy in ride-sharing app performance
Can industrial-scale green hydrogen be cost-competitive by 2030?
The 2020 MIT Energy Conference organizers. MIT Energy Conference goes virtual

Annual student-run energy conference pivots to successful online event with short notice in response to the coronavirus.

Evaluating battery revenues for offshore wind farms using advanced modeling
Two research projects receive funding to advance technologies that avoid carbon emissions

Asegun Henry, Paul Barton, and Matěj Peč will lead research supported by MITEI’s Center for Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage

Assessing the value of battery energy storage in future power grids with increasing integration of wind and solar energy generation
Energy trends in the age of Covid-19

Preview the dashboard currently under development by MITEI researchers

MITEI’s Mobility Systems Center awards four new projects for low-carbon transportation research
MIT Energy Initiative awards eight Seed Fund grants for early-stage MIT energy research

Awards support research in battery storage, smart grids, and carbon emissions reduction

Transportation policymaking in Chinese cities

A new framework for learning from each other

A new approach to CO2 capture

Effective treatment for both exhaust and ambient air

Solar photovoltaics

The benefits outweigh the costs

Energy alumni: Where are they now?
Energy undergrad named 2020 Rhodes Scholar
Nestor Sepulveda: Zeroing in on decarbonization
Swift Solar: Startup with MITEI roots develops lightweight solar panels
Khethworks: Startup deploys solar-powered pumps to help irrigate crops all year long
MIT Climate Symposium: Deep cuts in greenhouse emissions are tough but doable, experts say
Weekly calls keep students connected to the Institute during a pandemic
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