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Kelly Sims Gallagher

Kelly Sims Gallagher

Senior Associate, Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group

Member of the Board

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Email: kelly_gallagher@harvard.edu

 

 

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November 15, 2005

"China’s Demand for Energy: Expected Trends, Impacts, and Implications"

Presentation

By Kelly Sims Gallagher, Senior Associate, Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group

The Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group (ETIP) seeks to combat global warming and climate change by promoting strategies for efficient energy technologies in China, India, and the United States, such as advanced coal technologies, carbon capture and storage (CCS), and advanced vehicle technologies.

 

 

Adam Cohn

November 5, 2006

"China’s Energy Challenges"

Presentation

By Kelly Sims Gallagher, Senior Associate, Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group

 

 

T. Jean

October 27, 2006

"China’s Automobile Growth and Implications for World Oil Markets"

Presentation

By Kelly Sims Gallagher, Senior Associate, Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group

The Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group (ETIP) seeks to combat global warming and climate change by promoting strategies for efficient energy technologies in China, India, and the United States, such as advanced coal technologies, carbon capture and storage (CCS), and advanced vehicle technologies.

 

 

October 16, 2006

"China’s Challenge in Strengthening its Energy Security"

Presentation

By Kelly Sims Gallagher, Senior Associate, Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group

The Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group (ETIP) seeks to combat global warming and climate change by promoting strategies for efficient energy technologies in China, India, and the United States, such as advanced coal technologies, carbon capture and storage (CCS), and advanced vehicle technologies.

 

 

July 2006

"Roundtable on Barriers and Incentives for Hybrid Vehicles in China"

Summary Report, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

By Kelly Sims Gallagher, Senior Associate, Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group

On May 19, 2006, a roundtable discussion on "Barriers and Incentives for Hybrid Vehicles in China" was held in Beijing, organized jointly by Energy Technology Innovation Policy (ETIP) of Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government and the China Automotive Technology & Research Center (CATARC).

 

 

May 19, 2006

"International Experience with Policy for Hybrid Vehicles"

Presentation

By Kelly Sims Gallagher, Senior Associate, Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group

The Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group (ETIP) seeks to combat global warming and climate change by promoting strategies for efficient energy technologies in China, India, and the United States, such as advanced coal technologies, carbon capture and storage (CCS), and advanced vehicle technologies.

 

 

May 2006

"Book review - China: 'The River Runs Black: The Environmental Challenge to China's Future' by Elizabeth C. Economy"

Journal Article, The Journal of Asian Studies, issue 2, volume 65

By Kelly Sims Gallagher, Senior Associate, Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group

Gallagher reviews Elizabeth Economy's book on the state of the environment in China.

 

 

May 2006

China Shifts Gears: Automakers, Oil, Pollution, and Development

Book

By Kelly Sims Gallagher, Senior Associate, Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group

In China Shifts Gears, Kelly Sims Gallagher identifies an unprecedented opportunity for China to "shift gears" and avoid the usual problems associated with the automobile industry while spurring economic development.

 

 

Curt Carnemark

March 23, 2006

"China Shifts Gears"

Presentation

By Kelly Sims Gallagher, Senior Associate, Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group

The Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group (ETIP) seeks to combat global warming and climate change by promoting strategies for efficient energy technologies in China, India, and the United States, such as advanced coal technologies, carbon capture and storage (CCS), and advanced vehicle technologies.

 

 

March 2006

"Limits to Leapfrogging in Energy Technologies? Evidence from the Chinese Automobile Industry"

Journal Article, Energy Policy, issue 4, volume 34

By Kelly Sims Gallagher, Senior Associate, Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group

One of the most attractive notions in the field of sustainable energy development is the concept of energy-technology “leapfrogging”.

 

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