ISR-affiliated Professor Steven A. Gabriel (ME) is spending a sabbatical year in northern Europe, where he is serving in two competitive professorships and developing research collaborations with colleagues. He recently sat down with Julius Wesche, a researcher at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology’s (NTNU) Energy Transition Initiative, for an episode of Wesche’s Energy Transition podcast. In this episode, Steven and Julius talked about “Joe Biden’s Infrastructure Bill and Its Influence on the Energy Transition.”

The NTNU Energy Transition Initiative was established to deliver world-leading research on energy transition strategies, to achieve the Paris ambitions in an efficient and realistic way. Every March the group organizes the NTNU Energy Conference in Trondheim, Norway. Its weekly podcast aims to function as a knowledge hub that empowers individuals and organizations in Europe and beyond to tackle climate change and move our global society toward carbon neutrality.

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