On October 20, 2020, Ernest Moniz, Lynn Orr, Melanie Kenderdine and Sally Benson discussed a new joint study by Energy Futures Initiative and Stanford's Center for Carbon Storage. This study analyzes key options, including a set of technologies and support infrastructure for Carbon Capture and Storage, that could enable some “quick wins,” as well as help meet mid-century sustainable development targets.
The Energy Futures Initiative (EFI) advances solutions to the climate crisis through building coalitions, thought leadership, and science-based analysis. Under the leadership of Ernest J. Moniz, EFI analysis is published and publicly available on our website: energyfuturesinitiative.org
The Stanford Center for Carbon Storage uses a multidisciplinary approach to address critical questions related to flow physics, monitoring, geochemistry, and simulation of the transport and fate of CO2 stored in Geologic formations.
Stanford University's Precourt Institute for Energy concentrates the talents of the university on energy research and education, from basic science and technology to policy and business. We disseminate research results and help the university develop energy-literate leaders as part of its educational mission