Event
December 15, 2020

<p><strong>LIVE VIRTUAL DEBATE | 1pm (New York) | 7pm (Paris)</strong></p> <p>The third session of the &quot;Debating the Future of Europe&quot; series will focus on the European Green Deal. What has been...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

In this edition of Columbia Energy Exchange, host Jason Bordoff is joined by Dr. Rahul Tongia, author of the new book “Future of Coal in India: Smooth Transition or Bumpy Road Ahead?”

The COVID Reset Latin America Needs
Research
Op-ed

The COVID-19 pandemic has done more than ravage Latin America’s economies; it has highlighted two pervasive and chronic structural weaknesses. Addressing them must be a key component of recovery efforts throughout the region.

Hydrogen: Explorando nuevas opciones
Research
Op-ed

Por el El Tiempo, Mauricio Cárdenas Santamaría explique cómo el gobierno y sector privado deberían evaluar las posibilidades reales de la producción de amoníaco.

Research
Global Energy Dialogue

On September 17, 2020, Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy (CGEP) held a virtual workshop about environmental performance in the oil and gas industry. This is a summary of that workshop.

Research
Op-ed

Writing in The Hill, Philippe Benoit argues that a Biden administration and other factors could strengthen U.S. leadership in the future.

Electricity supply
Research
Commentary

Dr. Melissa C. Lott and Dr. Julio Friedmann discuss the role of electricity in deep decarbonization efforts, and how zero-carbon oversupplies might be deployed.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Bill Loveless talks to Roger Duncan and Michael E. Webber, the authors of a new book that explores how automation, artificial intelligence and other groundbreaking technologies will change the buildings we occupy, the vehicles we travel in and the electric grid that we rely on to power it all.

Event
November 23, 2020

Green hydrogen is made using electricity from renewable energy to electrolyze water, separating the hydrogen and oxygen atoms. It&rsquo;s a clean alternative to fossil fuels that, unlike traditional renewables like solar and wind energy, can be stored and used at any time of day, in any weather condition. It also may be the only way to bring greenhouse gas emissions from the power sector to the equivalent of zero, considering several countries&rsquo; commitments to carbon neutrality over the next 20-40 years.

Event
November 13, 2020

<p>Please join the Center on Global Energy Policy for a student-only virtual roundtable discussion with&nbsp;<strong>Dr. Leah Stokes, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB)</...

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