Power Sector Carbon Index 2021 Q2 Report
Compared to the benchmark year of 2005, the US has decreased its carbon intensity of electricity by 39%
Holm Designs Alloys Critical for Energy Systems
Holm, NETL Develop Microstructural Designs for Heat-Resistant Alloys Using Computer Vision
The Power Sector Carbon Index, which is a partnership with Mitsubishi Power, is an initiative of the Scott Institute created to track the progress of the United States’ transition to cleaner electricity generation.
Join the Scott Institute and three investment pioneers from Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Collaborative Fund, and Wireframe Ventures to hear more about what resonates with them, what entrepreneurs should be considering, and how we can collectively make important investments happen.
Over the coming decades the world must make fundamental transformations in how energy is used and produced.
That’s where we come in.
At the Scott Institute for Energy Innovation,
We address the world’s most pressing energy challenges by enabling collaborative research, strategic partnerships, policy outreach, entrepreneurship and education.
We support impactful work that strives to optimize resources and reduce environmental consequences associated with energy production and use. We understand that energy and social equity issues are deeply interconnected, and society can benefit with improved energy access.
We seek to encourage the development of breakthrough technologies that will accelerate the transition to a sustainable, low-carbon energy future.
Investor Insights – Decision-Making Strategies for Energy and Cleantech
Join the Scott Institute and three investment pioneers to hear more about what resonates with them, what entrepreneurs should be considering, and how we can collectively make important investments happen.
The Scott Institute is partnering with Duquesne Light Company for a virtual- and in-person workshop on the impacts of electrification on the built environment and transportation systems.