Cross-Brookings Initiative on Energy and Climate

Cross-Brookings Initiative on Energy and Climate

([ND], Washington; no dedicated staff, 20 experts;

Brookings Institution scholars doing research in the energy and climate space designed to catalyze a focused and informed debate among policymakers and other key stakeholders. Geopolitics, economics and the technical and market realities of energy systems are considered. The intersection of energy and politics remains important in many supply and demand centers, including China, India, the Middle East, and Europe. As the developed world is focused on a low-carbon energy transition, many in the developing world still lack access to reliable modern energy. Technology and market development are crucial to providing cleaner energy to all and energy access to those currently without it.


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