Game-Changers: Energy on the Move

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Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington, D.C.

Innovators at MIT’s Energy Initiative and Stanford University’s Hoover Institution have been working together for the last two years to identify "game-changing" energy technologies with the greatest potential to both boost America's long-term economic growth and address our most serious energy challenges. These technologies would help the nation meet the urgency of climate change, while transforming today's global energy enterprises into tomorrow's low-carbon alternatives and enhancing energy reliability, affordability, and security.

The MIT-Stanford Energy Game-Changers alliance hosted a workshop on Thursday, March 7, in Washington, D.C. to identify a set of options and concrete actions for the future. You can view the program's agenda here.

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Watch: 2013 Stanford-MIT Game-Changers: Energy on the Move Workshop