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Corralling Carbon Before It Belches From Stack

Corralling Carbon Before It Belches From Stack

MIT Researcher Howard Herzog speaks with the New York Times on the prospects of CCS

July 22, 2014Read more
Floating nuclear plants: Is the future of nuclear offshore?

Floating nuclear plants: Is the future of nuclear offshore?

MIT Researchers have presented an alternative nuclear reactor – one that floats on water.

July 8, 2014Read more
How to Clean the Gas and Oil Industries' Most Contaminated Water

How to Clean the Gas and Oil Industries' Most Contaminated Water

MIT-developed technology at work in Texas thanks to MIT spin-out.

July 8, 2014Read more
Game Changers In Energy Making Moves At Stanford, MIT

Game Changers In Energy Making Moves At Stanford, MIT

Forbes talks with MITEI's Director Robert Armstrong about game changing innovations in the energy sector.

July 3, 2014Read more
Solving Solar's Shade Problem: Students May Have Answered Energy Source's  
Biggest Flaw

Solving Solar's Shade Problem: Students May Have Answered Energy Source's Biggest Flaw

MIT students awarded more than $225,000 in prize money to help get their technology to market.

June 20, 2014Read more
EPA Rules Ignore Methane

EPA Rules Ignore Methane

MIT Professor Jessika Trancik says how we measure methane fails to account for the importance of timing.

June 16, 2014Read more
New EPA rules may give natural gas a boost

New EPA rules may give natural gas a boost

MIT energy economics professor Christopher Knittel says there’s little doubt that the EPA’s rule will be a major boon to natural gas.

June 11, 2014Read more
These Batteries Recharge With Waste Heat

These Batteries Recharge With Waste Heat

A new system developed by a team from MIT and Stanford takes excess heat and turns it into electricity.

June 11, 2014Read more
MIT study finds Obama's power plant rule more costly than putting a price on  
carbon

MIT study finds Obama's power plant rule more costly than putting a price on carbon

Now that President Obama has introduced regulations on power plants, he has suggested there may be a better way forward -- a price on carbon. MIT researchers show that is the best approach.

June 11, 2014Read more