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What Should The Government Do About Low Oil Prices?

Jul 23, 2015

Steyer-Taylor Center scholar-in-residence Jeffrey Ball weighs in how the policy makers should respond to low oil prices in this Wall Street Journal... See Publication

In Divesting From Fossil Fuels, Universities Make Compromises

Jul 10, 2015 by Colleen Leahy

Alicia Seiger, deputy director of the Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance, is quoted at length in this piece discussing fossil fuel... See Publication

AWS Customers Demand Amazon Come Clean On Cloud Power

Jun 03, 2015

Steyer-Taylor Center Research Fellow Jonathan Koomey is quoted in this Wall Street Journal blog post discussing data-center efficiency. Amazon... See Publication

Tipping Point In Transit

Jun 10, 2015 by Farhad Manjoo

Stefan Heck, Research Fellow at the Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance was quoted in a New York Times article about autonomous... See Publication

Climate change Means Challenges And Opportunities For Maine, Speakers say

Jun 13, 2015 by Tom Bell

Dan Reicher, executive director of the Steyer-Taylor Center, was the morning keynote speaker at a conference at Bowdoin College and is quoted in an... See Publication

Divesting From Coal Is Becoming More Mainstream And It's About Risk

Jun 06, 2015 by Katie Fehrenbacher

Steyer-Taylor Center scholar-in-residence Jeffrey Ball is cited in this Fortune article for recent remarks he made in New Republic on Stanford's... See Publication

Owner Of Ruptured Oil Pipeline Has History Of Big Spills, Fines

Jun 05, 2015 by Jack Dolan and Julie Cart

Professor Michael Wara weighs in on the pipeline rupture in Santa Barbara, CA, and how the company who owns the pipeline may not have "fully... See Publication

30% Of Servers Are Sitting "Comatose" According To Research

Jun 03, 2015 by Ben Kepes

In this Forbes article, Ben Kepes discusses findings on server usage conducted by Steyer-Taylor Center Research Fellow Jonathan Koomey. It has long... See Publication

Billionaires Versus Big Oil

Apr 25, 2015 by Brian Dumaine

Steyer-Taylor Center Director Dan Reicher comments on the difficulties of financing clean energy projects for Fortune. A growing number of the world’... See Publication

Homes Try To Reach Smart Switch

Apr 22, 2015 by Steve Lohr

Steyer-Taylor Center Fellow Jonathan Koomey comments on how applications designed to reduce energy usage in the home could help lower utility bills... See Publication

Balancing Costs And Competition

Apr 22, 2015 by Conrad De Aenlle

Steyer-Taylor Center Director Dan Reicher weighs in on the rapidly dropping costs of renewable energy sources for The New York Times. Renewable... See Publication

A Coal CEO’s Game Plan

Mar 30, 2015 by Jeffrey Ball

Steyer-Taylor Center Scholar-in-Residence Jeffrey Ball interviews an executive in the coal industry on how a changing market has affected his... See Publication

US Shale Oil Boom: When It Comes To CO2 Emissions, Not All Crude Oil Is Created Equal

Mar 11, 2015 by Maria Gallucci

Steyer-Taylor Center Research Fellow Jonathan Koomey comments in an article discussing the Oil-Climate Index project, of which he is a co-author.... See Publication

Worry For Solar Projects After End Of Tax Credits

Jan 25, 2015 by Diane Cardwell

Professor Dan Reichers explains how a long-term extension of tax credits for solar projects "has serious political challenges" with The New York... See Publication

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