News & Events
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.
Study Traces Majority of Methane Emissions to Small Number of Sources
New study links 50% of methane leaks to a few natural gas wells. Learn more.
Arent Named a Judge for 100&Change
JISEA's executive director joins a robust panel of judges for the MacArthur Foundation competition 100&Change. Learn more.
UNU-WIDER Interviews Arent on Clean Energy, Climate
JISEA's executive director discusses clean energy, climate change, and development in an interview with the United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research. Learn more.
After Paris, the Smart Bet is on a Clean Energy Future
In a new GreenMoney article, JISEA executive director Doug Arent highlights the changing power system and investment landscapes, the Paris commitments, and the state of play in the green investment market. Learn more.
May 4 Webinar: Spatiotemporal Considerations in Energy Decisions
Join us on May 4 for our third "Pathways to Decarbonization" webinar. Dr. Sarah Marie Jordaan of the University of Calgary will discuss emerging approaches for evaluating energy decisions. Learn more.
Pathways to Decarbonization Webinars: Join Us in April
Join us for two webinars this coming month. On April 13, we will explore trends in the U.S. electricity sector; consider how natural gas affects policy, operational, and investment decisions; visit the question of natural gas as a bridge to a more sustainable electricity sector; and examine drivers for natural gas and renewable energy synergies. And, on April 20, we will review our work to illuminate the environmental, economic, and technological effects of methane emissions and abatement. Learn more.