Energy

The world’s energy appetite is growing, leading more nations to seek a technology mix that simultaneously lowers greenhouse gas emissions and enables economic growth. Meanwhile, new energy investments are expected to continue to provide affordable and reliable energy services and expand them to populations that currently lack access to these services. The search for efficient, low-carbon energy sources involves a realistic assessment of the benefits and constraints of existing and new technologies, as well as their socioeconomic implications. Our studies inform decision-makers, enabling them to make sound, forward-looking choices from an expansive menu of technology and policy options aimed at lowering greenhouse gas emissions.

Publications

Joint Program Report
Winchester, N. (2017). Joint Program Report Series Report 318, August, 10 p. [PDF]
Joint Program Report
Gao, X., C.A. Schlosser and E. Morgan (2017). Joint Program Report Series Report 317, August, 16 p. [PDF]
Joint Program Reprint, Journal Article
Chen, Y.-H. Henry (2017). Journal of Global Economic Analysis, 2(1): 166-214 (doi: 10.21642/JGEA.020103AF) [PDF]

News + Media

Research Projects

People

Administration, Faculty
MIT Energy Initiative; Joint Program
Administration, Faculty
Sloan; Joint Program
Collaborators
Joint Program
Faculty
Aero-Astro; Joint Program
Research staff
Joint Program; MIT Energy Initiative
Students
Joint Program; Technology & Policy Program
Students
Research staff
Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change
Collaborators
Joint Program
Faculty
Sloan; CEEPR
Faculty, Alumni
Sloan; Joint Program
Students, Alumni
China Project; Joint Program
Research staff, Alumni
Joint Program
Students
Research staff
Joint Program
Research staff
Joint Program