Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

The attack on the U.S. Capitol may have obscured for the moment the traditional transfer of power that will take place with the inauguration of Joe Biden as president. But even amid the ongoing turmoil in Washington, efforts to set agendas in the...

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November 23, 2020

Green hydrogen is made using electricity from renewable energy to electrolyze water, separating the hydrogen and oxygen atoms. It’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’ commitments to carbon neutrality over the next 20-40 years.

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

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.

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October 22, 2020

Scholars and faculty from the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia SIPA (CGEP) and Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) will join students for a series of engaging seminars to discuss the world’s most pressing...

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October 19, 2020

The need for rapid, profound decarbonization has never been more clear, manifested in the health, environmental and economic damages attributed to climate change. The growing consensus and urgency of addressing climate change is reflected in new...

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In a new report, the Carbon Management Research Initiative, puts forward a levelized cost of carbon abatement, LCCA, an improved methodology for comparing technologies and policies based on the cost of carbon abatement.

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September 23, 2020

New and improved clean energy technologies are critical for swiftly decarbonizing the global economy. The United States has an opportunity to accelerate clean energy transitions abroad and build job-creating industries at home by investing in...

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A new report recommends the deployment of carbon removal technologies and climate policies needed to curb climate catastrophe.

 

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Energizing America offers policymakers a strategic framework to triple federal funding for clean energy innovation in 5 years—to $25 billion by 2025—and a detailed plan for achieving this goal.

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