Energy Overview

An abundance of cheap, fossil energy has made the modern economy possible. Today's challenge is retrofitting global energy infrastructure with renewables—making the transition to a clean energy economy. The dilemmas posed by this transition are novel, multidisciplinary and wickedly complex. They also present immense opportunity.

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Dr. Katrina Jessoe
Assistant Professor of Management and Marketing at UC Davis Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics
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Alumni, Experts
Dan Esty
Hillhouse Professor of Environmental Law & Policy at Yale University
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Alumni, Faculty
Andy Holzhauser
Chief Executive Officer at Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliance
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Experts
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Programs & Research

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Blueprint for Clean Energy
Management & Products
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GNAM Sustainability Leadership
Management & Products
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Joint Degree Leadership Development Series
Management & Products
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Programs and Research about energy

Our Stories

Solar Energy Finance Association Emerges on the Scene
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The Urban Endgame
Cities are one of the central forces driving a sustainable future.
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Financier/Climate Hawk Bob Litterman back to judge Low-Carbon Case Competition
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Recent Events

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Carbon Pricing In Brazil: A conversation with CPFL, Itaú Unibanco and Vale
Jun 08, 2017
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Market Strategies for Renewable Thermal Technologies in New England
Apr 27, 2017
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Webinar
Supporting EV Commercialization with Rebates
Apr 20, 2017
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Recent energy Events

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