Publication Year


When “Low-Hanging Fruit” Are Beyond Reach: Management Practices and Firm Energy Efficiency

June 10, 2022

Industrial energy efficiency plays a central role in projections that achieve net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by mid-century. According […]

Climate worries galvanize a new pro-nuclear movement in the U.S.

May 27, 2022

As states race to keep plants open, California becomes a test case of how much the tide has shifted. The […]

Deregulation, Market Power, and Prices: Evidence from the Electricity Sector

April 26, 2022

In the late 1990s, several states in the United States started to restructure the electricity sector, replacing regulated and vertically […]

Technology Neutral vs.
Technology Specific Procurement

March 15, 2022

A principal (e.g., a regulator or a firm) needs to procure multiple units of a good or service that can […]

Power Price Crisis in the EU: Unveiling Current Policy Responses and Proposing a Balanced Regulatory Remedy

March 1, 2022

For several months, electricity prices in the European Union (EU) have been at sustained and unprecedentedly high levels. The current […]

Why Do Firms Issue Green Bonds?

January 12, 2022

Green finance certification allows investors to link their decisions to firms’ commitments toward the environment. Green bonds are the most […]

MITEI appoints
Professor Christopher Knittel
as Deputy Director for Policy

January 12, 2022

Christopher Knittel has held a number of titles at MIT: George P. Shultz Professor of Energy Economics … Director of […]