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What is the Open Energy Outlook Initiative? Paulina Jaramillo and Katie Jordan discuss the team's goal to create an open-source database of the U.S. energy system.

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Energy Fellow Destenie Nock published a paper with other energy experts on enabling an equitable energy transition through operationalized commitment to an inclusive approach to a clean energy transition.

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Carnegie Mellon University energy spinouts won across the board at the 2022 TransTech Energy Evolving Energy Technology Showcase including InceptEV, Sensible Photonics and Ecotone Renewables.

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We seek to encourage the development of breakthrough technologies that will accelerate the transition to a sustainable, low-carbon energy future.

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