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Energy Fellow Destenie Nock and undergraduate student Lauren Janicke discuss their research on electricity system sustainability. The full academic paper of this work is published in Energy.

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A Carnegie Mellon University team including Energy Fellow Venkat Viswanathan will partner with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and 24M for a $3.2 million EVs4ALL award from the U.S. Department of Energy Advanced Research Project Agency-Energy (ARPA-E). The initiative will be focused on developing fast-charging and low-cost electric vehicle (EV) batteries.

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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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