Champions Corner: Jürgen Mayerhofer revolutionizes power trading

Jürgen Mayerhofer is CEO and co-founder of enspired, a company enabling small-scale power producers to bring their assets onto power spot markets by using artificial intelligence (AI) trading services. Jürgen is a trained software engineer, has an MBA in Energy Management and received a Stanford LEAD Certificate on Corporate Innovation. Tell us more about your […]

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China celebrates Mission Innovation’s 5-year anniversary

Group Photo of Ministers in MI-2 In support of economic growth, energy access and security, and an urgent and lasting global response to climate change, China jointly announced Mission Innovation in 2015. This initiative can help accelerate the pace of clean energy innovation to achieve performance breakthroughs and cost reductions to provide affordable and reliable […]

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Mission Innovation celebrates 5 years

On November 30, 2015, at COP21 in Paris, leaders of came together to launch Mission Innovation (MI), a global collaboration aimed at accelerating the clean energy revolution. MI is now celebrating its five-year anniversary and progress made in clean energy innovation, whilst working to develop a second phase of MI. Since its inception, MI has […]

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Student Energy celebrates MI’s anniversary!

We are in a critical decade for climate action, and we know that empowering young people around the world to lead and implement climate solutions will be essential to ensuring that the energy transition prioritizes both rapid decarbonization and global equity. At Student Energy, we see young people developing innovative solutions to complex energy challenges […]

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U.S. Department of Energy celebrates Mission Innovation’s 5-year anniversary

U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratories. Photo credit: U.S. DOE STEM Rising program (https://www.energy.gov/science-innovation/stem-rising)   The U.S. joined MI in 2015 because our government is committed to supporting the development of affordable and reliable energy as a foundation for economic growth and energy security. Indeed, reliable, affordable energy goes hand in hand with a strong […]

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UK celebrates Mission Innovation’s 5-year anniversary

John Loughhead, outgoing UK Chair of the Mission Innovation Steering Committee with Dr. Harsh Vardhan, India Minister of Science and Technology in Kolkata, November 2019. Credit: British Deputy High Commission Kolkata   The UK was a founding member of Mission Innovation in 2015, recognising that to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement we need […]

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Sweden celebrates Mission Innovation’s 5-year anniversary

Sweden has had a dedicated energy research and development programme since 1975 and has regarded energy innovation as an integral part of energy policy. We believe that innovation will provide new solutions in the form of products, processes and services that will enable us to meet the energy and climate challenges with greater flexibility and […]

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Republic of Korea celebrates Mission Innovation’s 5-year anniversary

The Republic of Korea joined MI in 2015 because our government is committed to executing this investment expansion plan and technology development strategy for focused areas to improve existing technology, save costs and accelerate the time-to-market. Since the launch of the MI, to refocus Korea’s energy R&D on clean energy, seven relevant government ministries and […]

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Norway celebrates Mission Innovation’s 5-year anniversary

“The Longship project”: The Norwegian government has labelled the investment package ‘Longship’, recalling the development of fast, reliable ships during the Viking age. Illustration: MPE/Miksmaster Creative.   Norway joined Mission Innovation in 2015 because the Norwegian government acknowledged the need to accelerate clean energy innovation to respond to our shared climate challenge. The government supported […]

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Japan celebrates Mission Innovation’s 5-year anniversary

To respond to the Paris agreement adopted at COP21 in 2015, Japan joined MI in June 2016 to accelerate the R&D of innovative technologies for drastically reducing GHG emissions in the long-term. In April 2016, Japan has established a new national strategy, the “National Energy and Environment Innovation Strategy towards 2050 (NESTI2050)”. Under this strategy, […]

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