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The frontiers of energy: Renewables are essential

via Nature Energy

MITEI Director Robert Armstrong urges continuous research, strong policies to foster large-scale renewable energy deployment

The high tech of low carbon

via The Boston Globe

MIT researchers join global efforts to find ways to cut emissions

Discarded car batteries

via Energy Futures

Recovering material for novel solar cells

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Concentrating dawn-to-dusk solar energy

via MIT News

Department of Energy MOSAIC award spurs MIT research into concentrator solar cells that can run in shade and full sun with power control and wavelength separation

Sensible subsidies

via MIT News

How should backing for clean technology be designed? A look at new paper co-authored by MIT researchers and supported by MITEI

Harnessing the energy of small bending motions

via MIT News

New device could provide electrical power source from walking and other ambient motions

In the Media

Electrifying India, with the sun and small loans

via The New York Times

Robert Stoner, director of the Tata Center, talks about the future of solar home systems in India

Renewed solar subsidies: A missed opportunity

via The Center for Strategic & International Studies

MITEI Director of Research Francis O'Sullivan discusses subsidies making solar energy an economically viable alternative to carbon-based power generation

Forbes 30 under 30 2016

via Forbes

MIT doctoral candidate and Tata Center researcher Natasha Wright has been named one of Forbes' 30 under 30 in Energy

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