International Colloquia on Aligning Policy to Decarbonize Thermal Energy Systems in Industry

The conversion and generation of thermal energy is ubiquitous across today’s global energy and industrial systems. To meet the climate challenge these energy conversions will need to be decarbonized by mid-century to address our hardest to decarbonize sectors like industry and buildings. In order to develop, demonstrate and deploy new thermal energy technologies aggressive policy support will be essential. In this colloquium the intersection of energy, climate and innovation policy in the US and globally will be discussed along with the role that they play in influencing the development and deployment of advanced thermal energy technologies.

Panelists: Colin Cunliff, Senior Policy Analyst, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
Blaine Collison, Executive Director, Renewable Thermal Collaborative; Senior Vice President, David Gardiner and Associates
Zhiyuan Fan, Research Associate, Columbia University Center on Global Energy Policy

Moderator: Addison K Stark, Associate Director of Energy Innovation, Bipartisan Policy Center.

Questions from the Q&A: https://meche.mit.edu/sites/default/files/Q-and-A-Mar31.pdf
Learn more about the Innotherm webinars: https://meche.mit.edu/international-colloquia-thermal-innovations
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