Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data analytics are just a few of the digital trends that are poised to disrupt the energy system in the coming decades. These developments have the potential to improve productivity, safety and...

Event
April 11, 2018

Please join us a book talk with Dr. Johannes Urpelainen, the Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz Professor of Energy, Resources and Environment at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and CGEP Fellow, on his new book, Renewables:...

Event
April 09, 2018

Location: Center on Global Energy Policy 1255 Amsterdam Ave. 1st Fl (enter on 122nd Street) New York, NY 10027 Please join the Center on Global Energy Policy for a Women in Energy dinner and roundtable discussion with Sarah Weidel, Senior Manager...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Energy efficiency is one important component in the larger playbook to reduce carbon emissions and ward off the damaging effects of climate change. It is also an essential element of a reliable and affordable energy system.

On a new ...

Event
April 06, 2018

The Center on Global Energy Policy's Women in Energy program and NYU's Center for Global Affairs are excited to invite you to tour the Arthur Kill Natural Gas Plant at Staten Island. This event is being hosted and led by NRG Energy. Please see...

Event
April 04, 2018

Over the coming decades, digital technologies are set to make energy systems around the world more connected, intelligent, efficient, reliable, and sustainable. But getting everything right will not be easy. The International Energy Agency (IEA)...

Event
April 04, 2018

The Rutgers Energy Institute hosted a Women in Energy networking and mentoring event. Dean Jacquelyn Litt, of Douglass Residential College and Douglass Campus, discussed initiatives and programs at Douglass College and how students can...

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Commentary

Johannes Urpelainen writes that the time is ripe for a revolution in renewable energy policy. Government subsidies that allow renewable energy generation to compete with fossil fuels no longer make sense. Instead, governments interested in clean energy and decarbonization should use policy to remove systemic obstacles to growth and integrate intermittent power supplies into the electric grid.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

To address the threat of climate change and reduce carbon emissions, many business leaders, economists, and policymakers--including prominent Republicans--have pushed for a carbon tax in the United States. 

On a new episode of Columbia...

Event
March 29, 2018

CGEP Inaugural Fellow David Sandalow sat down with Fu Chengyu (United Nations Global Compact Network China President; Former Chairman of SINOPEC and CNOOC) and Li Yalan (Chariwoman of Beijing Gas...

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