April 27, 2017, PV News. Kosovo must do more for renewables, European Union says Citing a RAEL study, authored by Noah Kittner and Daniel Kammen along with colleagues from KOSID in Kosovo, the European Commission has said that Kosovo’s government needs to increase efforts to improve its energy system, and to provide more support for renewables, although […]
Despite Its Oil-Industry Past, Energy Transitions Commission Foresees A Full-Renewables Future by Jeff McMahon, based in Chicago. Follow Jeff McMahon on Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter, or email him here. Renewables could provide nearly all the power in some regions in less than 20 years, reliably, and at a cost competitive with fossil fuels, according to a report released today […]
From Alaska to Georgia, Why 6 Scientists Will March on Washington By Lindsay McKenzie APRIL 21, 2017 Thousands of scientists and their supporters are preparing to participate in the March for Science on Saturday, but the run-up to the event hasn’t been without controversy. Some scientists have charged that planning for the march contradicted larger goals […]
Renewable energy has robust future in much of Africa by Robert Sanders, UC Berkeley Media Relations As Africa gears up for a tripling of electricity demand by 2030, a new Berkeley study maps out a viable strategy for developing wind and solar power while simultaneously reducing the continent’s reliance on fossil fuels and lowering power […]
Brooke Maushund, who has worked on energy access in Nicaragua and in Africa, wrote the conference report for the Energy Net Limited summit that preceded the COP22 Climate Summit in Marrakech November 2 — 4, 2016.
The annual energy symposia by the Rutgers Energy Institute provide faculty, students, staff, government officials, and community members with the opportunity to learn about the new methods, processes, and initiatives being developed by energy thinkers at Rutgers, in New Jersey, and across the country.
Sally Benson, Director, Global Climate and Energy Project and Co-Director, Precourt Institute for Energy, Stanford University
Daniel Kammen, Distinguished Professor, Energy and Resources Group, University of California, Berkeley
Klaus Lackner, Director, The Center for Negative Carbon Emissions, Arizona State University
Kenneth G. Miller, Distinguished Professor, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Rutgers University