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Decarbonizing Buildings

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The construction and operation of buildings account for more than 40% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Therefore, dramatically reducing emissions .. Read more from new and existing buildings globally is central to any emissions mitigation strategy. As the eighth session of the Energy Innovation series, this webinar features four leading MIT researchers to discuss a variety of pragmatic and more visionary options. This is the second in our spring webinar series hosted by MIT’s Industrial Liaison Program and the MIT Energy Initiative, a continuation of the Energy Innovation webinar series. The series engages leading researchers from across MIT and industry executives on energy transition topics including low-carbon fuels, decarbonization of buildings, and more. Robert J. Stoner is an inventor and technology entrepreneur who has worked extensively in academia and industry throughout his career, having built and managed successful technology firms in the semiconductor, IT and optics industries. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in engineering physics from Queen’s University, and his Ph.D. from Brown University in condensed matter physics.

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