HASTS PhD student Caroline White-Nockleby aims to advance climate justice by minimizing localized burdens of renewable energy implementation.
An urgent call to confront climate change reverberated throughout MIT Better World (Sustainability), a virtual gathering of the global MIT community.
Researchers evaluate the role and value of long-duration energy storage technologies in securing a carbon-free electric grid.
Use of a novel electrolyte could allow advanced metal electrodes and higher voltages, boosting capacity and cycle life.
New findings may help unleash the potential of high-powered, solid-electrolyte lithium batteries.
By developing electrochemical technologies, he hopes to help reduce reliance on fossil fuels.
An online symposium explores roles for research universities and outlines the Institute’s efforts to be a testbed for research and policy innovations.
MIT researchers reveal inadequacies in current battery models.
Storage value increases as variable renewable energy supplies an increasing share of electricity, but storage cost declines are needed to realize full potential.