Penn’s Kleinman Center for Energy Policy, headed by Penn IUR Faculty Fellow Mark Alan Hughes, is offering Penn students, alumni, faculty and staff free access to E&E News, a subscription news service that provides comprehensive daily reporting and analysis of the most relevant regional, national and international energy and environmental policy issues across the political, regulatory, scientific, and industry. By registering for access users can access EnergyWire, ClimateWire, E&E Daily, Greenwire, and E&E News PM.
For more information about the subscription service, visit the Kleinman Center website.
About the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy
The Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania joins a critical issue with substantial resources to pursue innovation and impact of global significance. The energy system faces mounting challenges: improving competitiveness by removing structural inefficiencies and externalities; stabilizing markets by mitigating exposure to high-risk sources and supply-chains; and protecting human health and natural resources. Policy innovation drawn from the spectrum of ideas and interest is needed to reliably pivot from a fossil-fueled energy system with uncompensated external costs to one that optimizes energy productivity through smart demand, internalized carbon impacts, and sustainable supply. These challenges require advances in energy efficiency, technology development, renewable energy, and the financing and policy instruments needed to deploy these advances.