Climate-Tech Commercialization

The U.S. government should triple its annual investment in energy innovation over the next five years to speed clean energy transitions around the world and build advanced-energy industries at home.
Climate-Tech Commercialization
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October 27, 2016
David Hart writes in Morning Consult that low-carbon energy innovation is an idea that a broad coalition ought to get behind: right, left, and center.
October 27, 2016
To create a low-carbon energy system, we must overcome not just climate-change deniers, but also advocates of illusions such as the idea that all we need is a “science push,” carbon pricing, or more subsidies for existing technologies.
May 10, 2016
As long as clean energy costs more than dirty energy, most countries will simply set less ambitious goals, or change or ignore them, writes Rob Atkinson in Innovation: The Journal of Technology Commercialization.
July 13, 2015
The real problem with Pope Francis’ recent encyclical is that, other than love each other and live more simply, it is difficult to know what he would have us do differently, writes Joe Kennedy in Innovation Files.
June 1, 2015
Carbon prices, subsidies, and mandates will not give us the cost-effective, performance-competitive clean energy we need to address climate change. It will take strategic investment and reforms that spur energy innovation.
May 11, 2015
Carbon targets have failed and it is time for a new climate strategy based on innovation.
March 16, 2015
Join the Center for Clean Energy Innovation to discuss new efforts the DOE is taking to bring job-creating technologies to market.
February 12, 2015
Join us for an informal reception to showcase some of today's leading clean tech innovators.
February 4, 2015
The President’s FY2016 Budget Request, released this week, emphasizes the need to increase investment in energy innovation through key offices and programs at the Department of Energy.
January 26, 2015
Matthew Stepp is moderating a panel titled "Keystone Showdown: The Political, Economic, and Environmental Consequences of the Pipeline Fight."

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