SIPA Center on Global Energy Policy

Columbia University
1255 Amsterdam Avenue
Floor 1
New York
NY 10027
United States

About SIPA Center on Global Energy Policy

Columbia University's Center on Global Energy Policy is Where the World Connects for Energy Policy.

CGEP seeks to enrich the quality of energy dialogue and policy by providing an independent and nonpartisan platform for timely, balanced analysis and actionable recommendations to address today’s most pressing energy challenges.

Making smart energy policy choices requires approaching energy as a complex and multifaceted system in which policymakers must balance economic, security and environmental priorities. Too often, the public debate is dominated by platitudes and polarization.

To foster informed discussion and provide balanced analysis, the Center convenes energy leaders, produces policy-relevant research, and trains students to become the next generation of energy scholars, executives and policymakers.

The Center leverages its location in New York City and proximity to financial markets, business and policymakers to inform its work.

Based at one of the world’s great research universities, the Center combines academic research with the experience of senior energy experts from government, academia, industry and non- governmental organizations.

The result is robust, accessible and actionable analysis, which the Center disseminates through public forums, research, roundtable discussions, conferences and the media.

In addition to its ability to harness the world-class faculty of Columbia across many disciplines, the Center utilizes the University’s global reach through its physical centers in key energy countries including Brazil, Turkey, India and China.

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