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Hannah Boyles

Hannah Boyles

Former Research Assistant

Center for Clean Energy Innovation

Hannah Boyles was a research assistant for ITIF’s. Center for Clean Energy Innovation. Previously, Boyles was a research assistant at the Weldon Cooper Center and the ROMAC Lab in Charlottesville, Virginia, and has interned with the American Energy Society. They hold a bachelor of science degree in aerospace engineering from the University of Virginia.

Recent Publications

June 14, 2023

Long-Duration Energy Storage Is a Decarbonization Linchpin

LDES is a linchpin for achieving a low-carbon energy future. DOE and its partners need to expand the range of demonstration types and extend them to end-users to accelerate learning, adoption, and impact.

June 14, 2023

Aviation Decarbonization and the Gap to Price Parity

Policymakers and industry leaders agree that sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) will be key to reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the aviation industry. There is still time to take the proper steps to ensure the industry does its part to reduce global emissions—but that will only happen once SAF reaches price parity.

June 7, 2023

Climate-Tech to Watch: Clean Steel

Lower carbon steel is vital to the energy transition. It’s a long journey to decarbonize steel, and with competition being fierce, supportive RD&D and trade policies will be vital to success.

April 17, 2023

Climate-Tech to Watch: Green Ammonia

Green ammonia has attracted plenty of recent attention. The technology is promising, but cost reductions, demonstrations, infrastructure, and market growth are all still needed if it is to realize its potential.

February 21, 2023

Climate-Tech to Watch: Hydrogen-Powered Aviation

Policymakers and the aviation industry see hydrogen as a promising low-carbon fuel for aviation. But to make hydrogen-powered flight a reality, they first need to bring down the cost of green hydrogen and overcome aircraft design challenges.

October 17, 2022

Climate-Tech to Watch: Sustainable Aviation Fuel

Sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) will play the most significant role in meeting President Biden’s goal of a zero-carbon aviation sector by 2050, but significant progress must be made to scale up production and bring down costs.

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