Q: WHAT IS HARVARD DOING ABOUT ENERGY POLICY?
A: Across Harvard University, researchers and programs are working to address the grand challenge of the 21st century: to develop secure, safe, clean, and affordable sources of energy to power world economic growth for present and future generations while protecting the environment from the impacts of global climate change. This website is a resource for locating Harvard faculty, fellows, programs, events, and publications related to energy policy.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. The Power of Change: Innovation for Development and Deployment of Increasingly Clean Electric Power Technologies. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2016. doi:10.17226/21712.
New China 2030/2050 Initiative
Electricity Markets and the Clean Power Plan William W. Hogan
Lessons Learned from Three Decades of Experience with Cap-and-Trade
Richard Schmalensee and Robert N. Stavins | Discussion Paper 2015-80, Harvard Project on Climate Agreements
>Robert Stavins’s Blog: An Economic View of the EnvironmentENERGY POLICY EVENTS
>The Energy Policy Seminar Series
Monday, October 24, 12pm – 1:30 pm
Confronting Deep and Persistent Climate Change Uncertainty
Link to paper
Gernot Wagner, Research Associate, Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Lecturer on Environmental Science and Public Policy, and Fellow at the Harvard University Center for the Environment, and Richard Zeckhauser, Frank P. Ramsey Professor of Political Economy, Harvard Kennedy School
Bell Hall, 5th Floor, Belfer Building, HKS
Visit our Seminars page for summaries and slides from past seminars.