The Energy Institute is a partner in the E2e Project, a multi-university initiative focused on better understanding energy efficiency, and why there is a disparity between the levels of investment in energy efficiency that appears to be cost effective based on ex-ante predictions and the levels actually observed. Some of our Faculty also serve as Affiliates for the Center for Effective Global Action (CEGA), a hub for research on global development, innovating for positive social change.

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