U.S.-India Clean Energy Finance Task Force Meets in Washington Media Note Office of the Spokesperson Washington, DC April 21, 2016 The U.S. Department of State’s Energy Resource Bureau welcomed a delegation from India in Washington, D.C. this week for a meeting of the U.S.-India Clean Energy Finance Task Force (Task Force). The Government of
On Thursday, March 17, members of the MIT community and researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) convened for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Day, an event dedicated to the future of low-carbon energy. DOE leaders and MIT faculty discussed current research to accelerate scientific breakthroughs in clean energy fields.
I thought California and Texas has too much power resulted from renewable energy? So why they said that they will blackout Los Angeles because of gas leaks? When lots of country in the world is switching to more greener and renewable energy, the effort done by California hi-tech company such as Tesla, etc., should be applauded. So, this conspiracy
Considering that 94% or Uruguay power come from renewable energy, I wonder why oil and LNG that never been exploited for the last 40 years suddenly become a hot commodities. Will Uruguay use the revenue to balance their budget and to improve education and health care? After all, they do not want to make the same mistake like Venezuela. Or this is j
Mobilizing oxygen atoms from the crystal surface of perovskite-oxide electrodes to participate in the formation of oxygen gas is key to speeding up water-splitting reactions, researchers at MIT, the Skoltech Institute of Technology, and the University of Texas at Austin show in a new paper published online in Nature Communications . This work is cr
Liquid metal batteries, invented by MIT professor Donald Sadoway and his students a decade ago, are a promising candidate for making renewable energy more practical. The batteries, which can store large amounts of energy and thus even out the ups and downs of power production and power use, are in the process of being commercialized by a Cambridge-
In recent years, proponents of clean energy have taken heart in the falling prices of solar and wind power, hoping they will drive an energy revolution. But a new study co-authored by an MIT professor suggests otherwise: Technology-driven cost reductions in fossil fuels will lead us to continue using all the oil, gas, and coal we can, unless govern