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Regional Clean Energy Innovation

Regional Clean Energy Innovation

Full Title: Regional Clean Energy Innovation: Regional factors for accelerating the development and deployment of climate mitigation technologies
Author(s): Dr. Kavita Surana, Prof. Ellen D. Williams, Wojciech Krawczyk, Michael Montgomery, Jon O’Neill, Zachary Thomas, and Ying (Amber) Zhang
Publisher(s): The Energy Futures Initiative (EFI) and The University of Maryland Global Sustainability Initiative (GSI)
Publication Date: February 20, 2020
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Description (excerpt):

The Energy Futures Initiative (EFI) commissioned this report by the University of Maryland to enhance our understanding of U.S. innovation at the regional level, providing a foundation for policymakers and researchers to strategically expand and accelerate regional clean energy technology innovation. This report assembles and aligns U.S. clean energy innovation data at the subnational level. The data reveals trends in regional clean energy innovation, providing a baseline of activities for all 50 states. The report builds on this baseline with a bottom-up case study assessment of clean energy innovation in two states with contrasting energy innovation conditions, Colorado and Maryland; and articulates key lessons for developing stronger clean energy innovation systems in other regions of the country.

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