Climate intervention is no substitute for reductions in carbon dioxide emissions and adaptation efforts aimed at reducing the negative consequences of climate change. However, as our planet enters a period of changing climate never before experienced in recorded human history, interest is growing in the potential for deliberate intervention in the climate system to counter climate change. This
As the world looks to address climate change the demand for renewable power generation will increase. Energy storage will be needed to shift intermittent energy resources to match the demand for power. Solar thermal electric technologies (STE) offer the potential for low cost and efficient integrated energy storage. This talk will discuss the evolution of Abengoa’s thermal
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Join USEA members and distinguished guests as we come together to review highlights of the previous year, hear timely information on topics of interests to USEA Members, and celebrate the achievements of the
As opponents of oil and gas development continue to urge colleges and universities to divest their endowments of fossil-fuel related stocks, a new study suggests the costs associated with adopting such policies are real and enormous. Authored by Professor Daniel R. Fischel, president of Compass Lexecon and a professor emeritus of law and business at the University of Chicago
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