More than ever, the world needs clearly articulated policies that support sustainable energy transitions. The Kleinman Center has earned a reputation for promoting fresh thinking about how to best make these transitions.
Our independent research agenda and programming is possible through the generous support of donors.
We develop the next generation of energy leaders—engaging student learners by providing energy-related courses, a certificate program, lectures, internships, and grants for learning and professional development.
We create conditions for energy policy stakeholders to explore options and develop agendas—gathering thought leaders with diverse interests in settings that foster productive conversations and action.
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