This year’s Conference on Transportation, Economics, Energy and the Environment (TE3), to be held on Friday, October 18, 2019, will examine the electrification of transportation worldwide, highlighting developments in the United States and China.
The State of Michigan today hosted a rollout ceremony for the first of 17 all-electric school buses that will soon start serving children across the state. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and representatives of the seven school districts to receive the buses were on hand for the event along with Liesl Clark,…
Jennifer Rumsey, Vice President and Chief Technical Officer at Cummins, Inc., will visit campus on September 13 to discuss how industry applies innovation with impact to create the most advanced technologies and products that directly improve climate change and air quality.
According to new research from Steve Skerlos, pulling carbon dioxide out of the air using a technology called “direct air capture,” or DAC, will not be the silver bullet for curbing climate change that some hoped it would be. Don’t miss Ellen Hughes-Cromwick’s latest energy economics briefing where she reviews…
Our summer UROP students are wrapping up their summer research fellowships. Next Wednesday (7/31) they will present at the Summer Research Symposium. Don’t miss The University Record’s story on U-M’s Solar Car Team. In mid-October, the team will race through the Australian outback, competing against more than 40 teams from…
Registration is now open for our 6th Annual Conference on Transportation, Economics, Energy and the Environment (TE3) on Friday, October 18 at Rackham Graduate School. TE3 brings together international experts from the academic, business and public policy communities for high-level, economically grounded discussions about timely issues facing the transportation sector…
This week, five U-M teams presented at the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit in Colorado including teams led by: Anna Stefanopolou, Jeff Sakamoto, Jing Sun, Huei Ping. Related: Don’t miss this article in WIRED that talks about an ARPA-E funded hybrid-electric vehicle project the Energy Institute is involved with.
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On Thursday, we co-hosted an electric vehicle (EV) workshop with local businesses to talk about the incentives of installing charging stations on-site. Andy LaBarre from the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti Regional Chamber kicked off the event by welcoming the crowd and sharing the business perks of EV chargers.
“Even in states without substantial fossil fuel reserves, even in states with Democratic majorities, it is not easy to do any of this policy work,” said Barry Rabe, a professor at the University of Michigan who studies state climate policy.