Low-Carbon Energy Centers

For information on MIT Energy Initiative’s Low-Carbon Energy Centers, announced in MIT’s Plan for Action on Climate Change, contact Lou Carranza, Associate Director of MITEI, at carranza@mit.edu.

MIT professor sees coal use peaking within next decade and emissions dropping soon after.
Findings may guide development of formulas to make the material more durable, less CO2-intensive.
Tour gives students a chance to reflect on what drives their interest in renewables.
As the new UN climate accord pushes countries to cut carbon emissions, the United States is making progress, But will it continue, and will it be enough?
An MIT lab has produced a device the size of a stamp that harvests energy from bending movements. Commercialising it could be a breakthrough for wearables.
Jessika Trancik, professor of energy studies at MIT, adds her input on what the price drop means for renewable energy markets.
Raanan Miller, Executive Director of MITEI’s Utility of the Future Consortium, discusses Draper Laboratory’s history of working with industry.
Mircea Dincă, principal investigator in the department of chemistry, is the winner of the 2015 American Chemical Society ExxonMobil Solid State Faculty Fellowship.
During October 2015, the MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) signed multiyear renewal agreements with two of its members: Shell and Ferrovial.

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February 16, 2016
12:00-1:00pm
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