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.
How Did the UAE Manage Its Renewable Energy Investments During COVID?
Renewable energy is a top priority in the UAE’s National Energy Strategy 2050 goals. Despite the COVID-19 shock, the government’s Read more
Climate of Crisis: How Cities Can Use Climate Action to Close the Equity Gap, Drive Economic Recovery, and Improve Public Health
The second of three reports to provide community leaders with guidance on navigating their climate action priorities. How can cities Read more
Boston University Launches Program to Improve Sustainable Investment Metrics and Processes
University Research Institutes and Questrom School of Business Team Up to Equip Investors with More Meaningful Environmental, Social, and Governance Read more
Energy of the Future Webinar Series
The one-two punch of climate change and COVID-19 has rattled the world, derailing life as we know it and magnifying Read more
The Climate Champions Podcast with Peter Fox-Penner
Listen now: Estimating our need for a power grid that's 140-200% bigger than our current grid by 2050. How big Read more