overview

We build data-informed models to evaluate the economic and environmental impacts of energy technologies over time and space. Our research aims to accelerate clean energy development by informing decisions made by engineers, policy makers, and private investors. Read more…

news

  • Prof. Trancik is interviewed by the Financial Times on renewable energy costs - 11/6/2019
  • Prof. Trancik is interviewed by the Los Angeles Times on subnational climate action - 11/4/2019
  • Marco Miotti successfully defends his doctoral thesis - 10/8/2019
  • Prof. Trancik presents at the MIT Portugal 2019 Annual Conference - 9/30/2019
  • Prof. Trancik is interviewed by WGBH Greater Boston - 9/12/19
  • Prof. Trancik participates in CNN’s Climate Crisis Town Hall - 9/5/2019
  • Paper on storage requirements and costs in Vox: 'Getting to 100% renewables requires cheap energy storage. But how cheap?' - 8/9/2019
  • New paper in Joule: Storage requirements and costs of shaping renewable energy toward grid decarbonization - 8/7/2019
  • Magdalena Klemun presents at NREL workshop on methods for R&D portfolio analysis and evaluation - 7/18/2019
  • Goksin Kavlak presents at the Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Urban Environment in Xiamen, China - 7/15/2019
  • Goksin Kavlak presents at ISIE in Beijing - 7/10/2019
  • Magdalena Klemun presents at ISSST 2019 in Portland - 6/26/2019
  • Magdalena Klemun awarded Best Presentation at the 2019 Technology, Management, and Policy Graduate Consortium - 6/18/2019
  • Juhyun Song graduates with a PhD in chemical engineering and a Master of Business Administration - 6/7/2019
  • Philip Eash-Gates graduates with a Master of Science - 6/7/2019
  • Professor Trancik delivers keynote at DTU Transportation Summit in Copenhagen - 6/4/2019
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