Videos: Introduction to The MIT Energy Initiative

 

 

 

Established in September of 2006, this is an institute-wide intiative designed to help transform the global energy system to meet the needs of the future and to help build a bridge to that future by improving today's energy systems.; alternative energy; alternative energy source; alternative fuel; batteries; battery; capacitors; car batteries; clean energy; Clean Power; clean tech; clean technologies; Clean Technology; corporate responsibility; electrical production; electricity; energy efficiency; energy independence; energy infrastructure; energy investment; energy investments; energy security; energy-efficient buildings; energy-efficient lighting; environment; environmental monitoring; Environmentally Friendly; fuel cells; Global Warming; green buildings; hydrogen; hydrogen fuel cells; investor relations; MIT; product development; R&D; renewable energy; renewable fuel; social responsibility; socially responsible; solar energy; technology; transportation; Professor Ernest J. Moniz, Director of The MIT Energy Initiative, discusses the origins and ultimate objectives of this institute-wide program.; alternative energy; batteries; battery; battery power; carbon sequestration; clean energy; Clean Power; clean tech; clean technologies; Clean Technology; earth-friendly; electrical production; electricity; energy efficiency; energy independence; energy infrastructure; energy investment; energy investments; Environmentally Friendly; fuel cells; fuel infrastructure; Global Warming; green buildings; green house gases; hydrogen; hydrogen fuel cells; investor relations; lighting; MIT; public affairs; R&D; renewable energy; renewable fuel; social responsibility; socially responsible; solar cells; solar energy; solar heating; technology; transportation; wind farms; wind power; The MIT Energy Initiative, established in September of 2006, is an institute-wide initiative for meeting future energy needs and improving today's energy systems.
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