Renewables & Advanced Energy events



Aug 9, 2022

These veterans are on the leading edge of the energy transition

By Veterans Advanced Energy Fellows, Cohort 3

A series of policy papers on topics related to national security and the energy transition, all written by the Atlantic Council's Veterans Advanced Energy Fellows.

Energy & Environment Energy Transitions


Aug 8, 2022

How to build on the Inflation Reduction Act and incentivize truly clean electricity

By Ameya Hadap

The production tax credits in the Inflation Reduction Act will lift up every carbon-free source of electricity in the United States. But there is no guarantee these clean energy sources will actually displace carbon from the grid. More legislation is needed to build on the bill and close the gap between clean energy deployment and carbon mitigation.

Energy & Environment Energy Transitions

In the News

Jul 13, 2022

Ammar Habib Khan quoted in Dawn: The Russian price Pakistan is paying

By Atlantic Council

Economy & Business Energy Markets & Governance


Jun 27, 2022

30 GW by 2030: Policies for expanding US offshore wind capacity

By Joseph Webster

The US' goal of 30 gigawatts of offshore wind capacity by 2030 is ambitious. Attentive policymaking, from the highest levels of the federal government all the way down to local governments in affected communities, will be key.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance


May 18, 2022

Disarming Russia’s energy weapon: Ukraine begins electricity exports to Moldova

By Aura Sabadus

Less than two months after synchronizing with the European electricity grid, Ukraine has begun energy exports to neighboring Moldova in a move that is likely to further dent Russia’s grip over the region.

Conflict Energy Markets & Governance

In the News

May 12, 2022

Nesheiwat in The Stanford Review: Energy intensive Bitcoin mining: Can the use of renewables answer critics of cryptocurrency

Energy & Environment Renewables & Advanced Energy

New Atlanticist

May 11, 2022

Help Ukraine now, and it could power Europe later

By Maxim Timchenko

The world should help rebuild a peaceful country that would contribute to Europe’s long-term energy security, argues the CEO of Ukraine's largest electricity producer.  

Energy & Environment Energy Transitions


May 6, 2022

Colombia can lead the energy transition in Latin America

By Juan Gomez

Colombia's geography gives it a chance to take a leadership role in Latin America's energy transition. But to do so, Colombian leaders will first need to address indigenous concerns, remove barriers to investment, and fix long-standing mismanagement issues.

Colombia Energy & Environment

In the News

May 4, 2022

Ellinas quoted in Le Monde on Athens’ natural gas

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance


Apr 28, 2022

The US should leverage 45Q for the graphite supply crunch

By William Tobin

The US is staring down a significant shortfall in the supply of graphite, a critical mineral to the energy transition. Synthetic graphite production using captured carbon could be the way forward, and the 45Q tax credit is the best tool policymakers have to stimulate it.

Energy & Environment Geopolitics & Energy Security