Linh Nguyen

Linh Nguyen
Research Assistant, Clean Energy Innovation
Information Technology and Innovation Foundation

Linh Nguyen is a research assistant for clean energy innovation at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation. She was previously a climate and energy policy intern at Climate Advisers and an energy analyst at Resource Energy. She holds a master’s degree in energy policy from Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor’s degree in energy business from Penn State University. 

Recent Publications

September 22, 2021

The bipartisan infrastructure package is consistent with recommendations that ITIF and Columbia University’s Center for Global Energy Policy co-published a year ago—providing a significant boost for critical technology areas such as carbon capture, carbon removal, and industrial decarbonization.

September 13, 2021

With technological advancements in deep-well drilling and material improvements, Enhanced Geothermal Systems technology costs could be reduced, and geothermal energy could make substantial contributions to a net-zero energy system over the long term.

August 16, 2021

Floating offshore wind farms should be the next big thing in the wind industry. But catalyzing greater private investment and reducing costs will require large-scale demonstration to increase confidence from investors that the technology works as intended.

May 27, 2021

The world has a long way to go in a short period of time to achieve a net-zero emissions energy system by 2050. The countries gathering next week—including the United States, China, Japan, members of the European Union, and others—must not only fulfill past promises to boost clean energy innovation by increasing their investment, but also refresh the agenda for that investment.

May 17, 2021

The United States should launch a “moon shot” in clean energy that mobilizes its unmatched innovative capabilities to combat climate change and capture global markets. The fiscal year 2022 budget is a critical opportunity for Congress to advance U.S. energy innovation.

May 17, 2021

Congress and the administration should seize on the momentum created by the passage of the Energy Act of 2020 and provide a multi-billion-dollar increase to raise the ambition for energy innovation programs at DOE in the FY 2022 budget.