Jeremy CarlResearch Fellow (former)
New PESD working paper assesses energy, India's foreign policy
PESD researchers Jeremy Carl, Varun Rai, and David Victor analyze the role of energy in India's foreign policy, examining a cross-section of India's energy system. They find that fickle domestic political coalitions dominate energy policymaking in India and that these unstable coalitions, when combined with the weak administrative capacity of the Indian state, leave India's foreign policy apparatus incapable of making credible commitments in the energy sector.
Jeremy Carl on Hong Kong utility's carbon initativein the news
Q&A: All We Are Saying Is, Give (Clean) Coal a ChanceQ&A: Wired News on November 6, 2007
Q&A: Wired Magazine on November 6, 2007
Clean coal is a possible answer for China and India, says Jeremy Carl, a PhD student in the Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Environment and Resources at Stanford and a fellow at the Program on Energy and Sustainable Development. Mr. Carl describes clean coal options from desulfurization to integrated gasification-combined-cycle (IGCC) plants to carbon capture and sequestration. Read more »