Woodrow Wilson Scholar Jeffrey Ball on the Global Race for Cleaner Energy
Date & Time
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Power Grab: Sharp Fights and Hard Lessons in the Global Race for Cleaner Energy
Jeffrey Ball, until recently The Wall Street Journal’s environment editor, is scholar-in-residence at Stanford University’s Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance.
The Steyer-Taylor center, a joint initiative of Stanford’s law and business schools, was created in early 2011 to study and advance the development of clean-energy technologies through policies and financial mechanisms that make economic sense. Ball’s research will focus on the intensifying race among companies and countries to corner the clean-energy market, and the implications of that race for consumers and the planet. In addition to conducting research, he plans to write articles, convene roundtables, speak publicly, and write a book.
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