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MIT professor Emanuel M. Sachs elected to the National Academy of Engineering

MIT professor Emanuel M. Sachs elected to the National Academy of Engineering

MIT professor Emanuel M. Sachs elected to the National Academy of Engineering for work on photovoltaics and 3D printing.

February 8, 2016Read more

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"Thirty distinguished women, three energy ministers, and eight governments launched the Clean Energy Education & Empowerment (C3E) women's initiative at the first Clean Energy Ministerial to advance women's participation in the clean energy revolution."

The initiative reflects a "shared commitment among partner governments to advance women's leadership in the clean energy field, where women's perspectives and contributions are too often absent. The partners recognized that it is to each country's economic and social benefit to harness all talent in driving the clean energy revolution forward. Each C3E country is pursuing nationally appropriate models and building on existing programs to sustain its commitment within the C3E initiative."

Visit the Clean Energy Ministerial website to learn more. Join the C3E community and add your voice to the discussion at C3Enet.org.

Peg Zokowski, Principal at Innovators Ink, LLC co-produced this video on the U.S. Clean Energy Education and Empowerment initiative for the U.S. Department of Energy.