Low-Carbon Energy Centers

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In an effort to improve reactor safety and efficiency, new research aims to bring corrosive particle buildup out of the shadows.
Aerosol emissions would slow warming but suppress rainfall.
Progress report underscores strong collaboration across campus to address climate change.
Video: MIT professors Lester and Trancik discuss pathways to achieving a low-carbon energy future.
MIT professor: scrapping traffic lights could ease the transition to autonomous vehicles by lessening traffic and emissions.
MIT's Jesse Jenkins and Valerie Karplus offer perspectives.
MITEI member Statoil has launched a new $200 million venture capital fund dedicated to investing in renewable energy.
Exelon’s MITEI membership will support research including energy storage, smarter grids, advanced nuclear generation, and solar energy
Raanan Miller, Executive Director of MITEI’s Utility of the Future Consortium, discusses Draper Laboratory’s history of working with industry.



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MITEI Continuing Education
Design of Motors, Generators and Drive Systems
June 6-10, 2016

In this course for industry professionals and post-grads, get hands-on experience using MATLAB and other tools, and build and test a power electronic drive for a motor. The course is taught by MIT professors James Kirtley, Jr, and Steven Leeb.