Low-Carbon Energy Centers are engaging across industries and sectors in advancing climate solutions.
Report projects impacts of 2015 Paris climate agreement, identifies emissions paths/technology advances needed to limit global warming to 2 degrees Celsius.
MultiScale Material Science for Energy and Environment research partnership could reduce the carbon footprint of materials such as concrete.
GE’s membership marks continued progress on goals of MIT’s Plan for Action on Climate Change to engage industry in solving global challenges.
GE joins MIT Energy Initiative to develop advanced technology solutions for transforming global energy systems
GE commits to five-year, $7.5 million membership, including participation in MITEI’s Low-Carbon Energy Centers.
An MIT study on the connection between technology development and emissions-reduction policies informs Paris climate negotiations.
Study finds enzyme “cannibalizes” itself to perform an essential reaction.