Team brings diverse backgrounds and expertise to address technology and policy challenges for the clean energy transition.
MIT researchers develop novel EV emissions model to quantify importance of vehicle charging patterns and impact of ambient temperature on EV emissions levels.
Abigail Ostriker ’16 and Addison Stark SM ’10, PhD ’15 share how their experiences with MIT’s energy programs connect them to the global energy community.
The Electricity Strategy Game is a prominent feature in 15.0201/14.43 (Economics of Energy, Innovation, and Sustainability).
In 8.02 (Electricity and Magnetism), students explore the practical application of electromagnetic concepts.
Boreas Renewables' Abigail Krich discusses the incompatibility of New England’s electricity market structure with achieving carbon emissions reduction goals.
Experts call for regulatory, policy, and market transformation to realize potential of distributed energy technologies.
Winning teams will use grants to advance research in areas including fuel cells, solar-powered desalination, and impacts of electric vehicle charging on the power grid.
A new collaboration could inform New York’s Reforming the Energy Vision initiative by simulating the impact of distributed resources on the power system.
In student energy seminar, Professor Rajeev Ram illustrates engineering solutions to energy issues.