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What will the globalizing solar industry look like in 2025?

Which sorts of companies, and which countries, will do what?  Scholar-in-Residence Jeffrey Ball reflects the conclusions of some 20 top executives of solar companies from five countries in Avoiding Sunstroke: Assessing National Competitiveness in the Global Solar Race.

How The States Can Lead

How The States Can Lead

Distinguished Steyer-Taylor Center Fellow Jeff Bingaman and the Honorable George P. Shultz convened respected power industry members to identify the best state-level policies for facilitating the cost-effective deployment of energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies.

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Smart Everything

Jonathan Koomey takes a broad look at the progress of distributed mobile computing and communications in transforming economic activity and resource use in Smart Everything: Will Intelligent Systems Reduce Resource Use?, published in The Annual Review of Environment and Resources.

The Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy & Finance develops and explores economically sensible policy and finance solutions that advance cleaner and more secure energy.

What We're Reading

Mar 14, 2014

America May Finally Be Learning The Lessons Of The 1970s Oil Shock

Public Radio International (PRI) - The World
Mar 02, 2014

Plenty Left To Learn About Fracking

Sunday Herald (Glasgow, UK)