Agora Studio: New Horizons for Energy & Climate Research
The COVID-19 pandemic has made vivid and real the risks of an uncontrolled virus. Risks posed by climate change are also becoming more palpable every day. At the forefront of understanding these risks, universities are developing solutions by connecting science, engineering, business, and public policy disciplines. Along with industry and governments, universities are critical to developing affordable and sustainable solutions to meet the world’s energy needs and achieve net-zero emission goals. Can the dual challenge of more energy and lower emissions be met? What is some of the most promising energy and climate research at universities? Beyond research, what are the roles and responsibilities of universities in the energy transition? Speakers Robert Armstrong, Director, MIT Energy Initiative; Chevron Professor of Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Yi Cui, Director of Precourt Institute for Energy, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University Kenneth Medlock, James A. Baker, III, and Susan G. Baker Fellow in Energy and Resource Economics, Baker Institute and Senior Director, Center for Energy Studies, Rice University Chair Atul Arya, Senior Vice President & Chief Energy Strategist, IHS Markit
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Play video IEF: India Leadership Dialogue with Patrick Pouyanné
IEF: India Leadership Dialogue with Patrick Pouyanné
(2021) In June 2021, Total rebranded to TotalEnergies to reflect its transformation to a multi-energy company in support of the energy transition. What role is India playing in its new strategy? What does the post-COP26 energy landscape look like?
Play video Leadership Dialogue: American Infrastructure and the New Energy Economy
Leadership Dialogue: American Infrastructure and the New Energy Economy
(2021) The largest federal investment in infrastructure in a generation can reshape the American energy landscape and advance pathways to net zero. Leading voices on U.S. energy discuss the interplay between enhanced infrastructure & American energy.
Play video Energy Transition: Going Fast or Going Slow?
Energy Transition: Going Fast or Going Slow?
(2021) Global CO2 emissions appeared to decline last year but figures today show that any reduction was short-lived. What elements of the energy transition have the strongest impact? What challenges lie ahead for companies to meet their 2030 targets?
Play video Leadership Dialogue with Maynard Holt
Leadership Dialogue with Maynard Holt
(2021) Maynard Holt, CEO of Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. reflects on the India Energy Forum by CERAWeek and discusses the shared learnings and global perspectives on the energy and capital transitions from three days in Delhi.
Play video Financing a Just Transition to Sustainable Energy
Financing a Just Transition to Sustainable Energy
(2022) Energy capacity additions in emerging markets are key to meeting global climate goals. How can low carbon technologies be deployed at scale in those markets? What are the most effective instruments & partnerships to facilitate capital flows?
Play video Leadership Dialogue with Fleetwood Grobler
Leadership Dialogue with Fleetwood Grobler
(2021) Fleetwood Grobler, President and CEO of Sasol Limited, discusses sustainability strategies, decarbonization initiatives, and the new value offerings of global chemical companies in a net zero landscape.