Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Jason Bordoff is joined by Dr. Christof Rühl, an internationally renowned economist specializing in macroeconomics and energy economics.

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Research
Commentary

CGEP Senior Research Scholar Richard Nephew analyzes the conflict brewing in the Persian Gulf and offers four observations and expectations for the coming week.

Event
July 16, 2019

Join the Center on Global Energy Policy for a presentation of the International Energy Agency's report "Gas 2019 – Analysis and Forecasts to 2024" with Peter Fraser, Head of the Gas, Coal and Power Markets Division at the International Energy...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

In this edition of Columbia Energy Exchange, host Bill Loveless pays a visit to Adele Morris, a senior fellow and policy director for climate and energy economics at Brookings Institution.

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Research
Report

Adele Morris, Noah Kaufman and Siddhi Doshi examine the implications of a carbon-constrained future on coal-dependent local governments in the United States.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

In this episode of Columbia Energy Exchange, host Jason Bordoff is joined by the award-winning investigative reporter for energy at The Wall Street Journal, Russell Gold.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Bill Loveless is joined by Dan Ponneman, the author of a new book called “Double Jeopardy: Combating Nuclear Terror and Climate Change.”

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Research
Commentary

Jarrett Blanc and Richard Nephew discuss the imminent nuclear crisis in Iran, atomic archive and the path forward.

Prospects for Global Truck Electrification and Autonomy and New Delivery Models
Research
Global Energy Dialogue

CGEP scholar Marianne Kah shares key insights from a workshop that explored prospects for global truck electrification, automation & the development of new urban delivery models - and their potential energy impacts.

Research
Article

The 2015 Paris climate agreement galvanized the global business community to commit to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, and President Trump’s decision to withdraw only further fueled corporate calls for climate action.

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