The Boston University Institute for Sustainable Energy (ISE) translates sustainable energy research into urgent action. The ISE is a university-wide center dedicated to developing energy systems that will provide abundant, universally accessible, and sustainable energy sources for emerging and advanced economies.
Is the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill a Suitable U.S. Climate Policy?
According to a new BU Institute for Sustainable Energy (ISE) publication by a team of authors led by Peter Fox-Penner, Read more
New Report Calls for an Integrated National Strategy to Bolster U.S. Clean Manufacturing and Avert Climate Change
WASHINGTON D.C., June 21, 2021—Manufacturing may soon become the sector with the largest greenhouse gas emissions in the United States, Read more
China’s Clean Energy Transition Plan Should Have Been More Ambitious and More Aspirational to the World
In the most recently released "China’s 14th Five-Year Plan" (the Plan), covering the years 2021-2025, one welcome highlight is its Read more
UK Government & Boston University Release Joint Report on Cities’ Net-Zero Ambitions
City-university partnerships can be a powerful accelerant to our decarbonization transition, supporting the crucial effort to achieve dramatic emissions mitigation Read more
Four Principles to Reform Federal Policy and Unlock Clean Energy Innovation
Climate requires the federal government to step up its game on energy innovation—working with industry to reduce risk, accelerate technology Read more