MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI)
MIT researchers are testing a simplified turbulence theory’s ability to model complex plasma phenomena using a novel machine-learning technique.
Tenth annual US C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium focuses on equity and justice in the clean-energy transition.
Researchers make the case for a semisolid electrochemical compound as a cost-efficient, grid-scale battery backup for wind and solar power.
A delegation from MIT traveled to Glasgow for COP26, where international negotiators sought to keep global climate goals on track.
By incorporating the scattering of RF waves into fusion simulations, MIT physicists improve heating and current drive predictions for fusion plasmas.
Awards support research to improve the efficiency, scalability, and adoption of clean energy technologies.
MIT-led team finds holistic optimization of electric power and hydrogen supply chain infrastructure is favorable for emission reductions and decreased infrastructure costs.
Modeling tool showcases emerging MIT Joint Program research focus on multi-sector dynamics.
3 Questions: Daniel Cohn on the benefits of high-efficiency, flexible-fuel engines for heavy-duty trucking
MIT researchers propose a gasoline-ethanol engine that is cleaner and more cost-effective than existing diesel engine technologies to help meet vehicle emission reduction goals.
Analyzing California’s power system, MITEI researchers show that hydrogen-generated electricity is a cost-competitive candidate for backing up wind and solar.
MIT team produces practical guidelines for generating hydrogen using scrap aluminum.