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New Book: The Political Economy of Clean Energy Transitions

A new book, prepared by the United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU-WIDER) and co-edited by JISEA's Doug Arent, examines the political and economic factors of the transition from fossil fuels to clean energy. Learn more.

Dr. Pavel Kabat of the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis Discusses Economic Development and Environmental Sustainability

During a visit to the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Dr. Pavel Kabat presented on a systems approach to sustainability and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Learn more.

Nuclear-Renewable Hybrid Energy Systems Can Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Industry and Support the Power System

Nuclear-renewable hybrid energy systems (N-R HESs) can enable low-carbon, on-demand electricity while providing reduced-emission thermal energy for industrial processes. However, the economic feasibility of these systems may depend on future natural gas prices, electricity market structures, and clean energy incentives. Learn more.

New JISEA Monograph Explores Potential of Low-Carbon Natural Gas for Transportation

A new report explores market potential of low-carbon natural gas for transportation in California. Learn more.

JISEA Partner Offers Energy Systems & Technologies Course to Students Worldwide

The University of Colorado – Boulder, a JISEA founding partner, will offer an online course this spring, open to students around the world. Learn more.

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