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Dan Reicher Executive Director
Stefan Reichelstein Director of Faculty Research
Course type: Lecture
Course Description The course materials include case studies, book chapters, reports, homework exercises, videos, guests, and the presentation of... Read More
Michael Wara Faculty Fellow
Course type: Seminar
This workshop seminar will provide students with the opportunity to examine and critique cutting-edge research and work in the field of environment,... Read More
Dan Reicher Executive Director
Felix Mormann Faculty Fellow
Michael Wara Faculty Fellow
Course type: Seminar
(Same as EESS 310) This course examines the links between climate change policy and other regulation of the energy sector in the U.S. context. In the... Read More
Stefan Heck Research Fellow
Course type: Seminar
Course code: ENVRES 245 Recommended: ENERGY 102, CEE 173, CEE 207, EEARTHSYS 103 (or other energy technology background). This research seminar will... Read More

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Dan Reicher

Executive Director

Stefan Reichelstein

Director of Faculty Research

Stefan Heck

Research Fellow

Felix Mormann

Faculty Fellow

Brown Bag Lunches

Wed
May 28 2014

Issues in Clean Energy Access

It's estimated that 1.2 billion people worldwide have no access to electricity, and another billion have only unreliable access. Meanwhile,... Details

Fri
Apr 25 2014

BBL: Gireesh Shrimali

Join Gireesh Shrimali, Faculty Fellow at the Steyer-Taylor Center, for a BBL at the GSB. Gireesh will talk about his work in assessing the... Details

Thu
Apr 17 2014

Risky Business – what do leaders need to know about the economic risks of climate change?

Join a conversation with Stanford Faculty and staff from Next Generation to learn more about the work of Risky Business, a new initiative led by... Details

Thu
Apr 17 2014

GSB Climate Week - Risky Business: what do leaders need to know about the economic risks of climate change?

Join a conversation with Stanford Faculty and staff from Next Generation to learn more about the work of Risky Business, a new initiative led by... Details

Tue
Apr 15 2014

GSB Climate Week - George P. Schultz on Climate Change

George P. Shultz is the Thomas W. and Susan B. Ford Distinguished Fellow at the Hoover Institution. He was sworn in on July 16, 1982, as the sixtieth... Details

Tue
Apr 15 2014

GSB Climate Week - George P. Shultz on Climate Change

George P. Shultz is the Thomas W. and Susan B. Ford Distinguished Fellow at the Hoover Institution. He was sworn in on July 16, 1982, as the sixtieth... Details

Faculty Workshops

The Faculty Research Seminar Series convenes faculty from across campus to present, discuss and develop new ideas at the nexus of cleaner, economical and secure energy generation.

Tue
Feb 24 2015

Faculty Workshop Series Event

This is an invitation-only event on renewable energy.  Details

Mon
Jan 26 2015

Faculty Workshop Series Event - Evaluating Renewable Portfolio Standards: Accounting for Policy Heterogeneity

GSB E104 Stanford Graduate School of Business 655 Knight Way Stanford, CA 94305 Renewable portfolio standards (RPS) are the most common state-... Details

Fri
May 16 2014

Faculty Seminar: Resource Revolution: Are we on the cusp of sectoral transformations and a step change in productivity?

Stefan Heck, Steyer-Taylor Center Research Fellow and Consulting Professor at Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford University will present some... Details

Thu
Feb 27 2014

Faculty Workshop: Incentives for Early Adoption for Carbon Capture Technology

This event was originally scheduled for February 5th, 2014 and has been rescheduled for February 27th, 2014. This month's Faculty Workshop... Details

Tue
Dec 03 2013

A Market-Based Approach to Commercialization

The Steyer-Taylor Center hosts a faculty research seminars.  The latest in the series will feature work from Steyer-Taylor Center researcher... Details

Thu
Feb 28 2013

Steyer-Taylor Center Research Workshop

The Steyer-Taylor Center hosts a monthly research seminar.  This is the second in our series and will feature work from Professor Michael... Details