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NEW PIECE OUT: “THE ‘SPACE RESOURCES INSTITUTE ACT’ AND THE FUTURE OF SPACE MINING”

Payne Institute Executive Director Morgan Bazilian collaborates on new piece discussing Colorado’s role in the future of space mining.

 

NEW PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPING BETWEEN PAYNE INSTITUTE AND KAPSARC – Beginning with private workshop event hosted by KAPSARC at Colorado School of Mines on April 9, 2019.

“We are thrilled to begin what I hope will be a longstanding and productive partnership with KAPSARC. The topics covered at today’s event, including international relations, the energy transition, and energy markets, should serve as a strong foundation for further collaborative research.” – Payne Institute Executive Director Morgan Bazilian

 

PAYNE INSTITUTE ATTENDS 8th ANNUAL ENERGY TRANSITION SYMPOSIUM

Payne Institute Executive Director Morgan Bazilian participated in the symposium as chair for the International Energy Transitions discussion session. 

 

PAYNE INSTITUTE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR COLLABORATES ON NEW PIECE: “PLANNING POWER SYSTEMS IN FRAGILE AND CONFLICT-AFFECTED STATES”

Executive Director Morgan Bazilian works with colleagues from John’s Hopkins and World Bank on power systems piece published by Nature Energy. 

 

PAYNE INSTITUTE GUEST SPEAKER EIRIK WAERNESS TO SPEAK AT MINES MARCH 18TH

Senior Vice President and Chief Economist in Equinor to speak on the Energy Perspectives in 2018 – Equinor’s strategy and geopolitics on the global energy transition. 

 

 

“All fundamental scientific discoveries change the structure of human affairs.”

                                                                                                  -Richard Rhodes, 2012

 

“…it is appreciation of context that is most severely lacking in the way public policy is taught.”

                                                                                                     -Francis Fukuyama, 2018