Building Community Engagement in Regional Hydrogen Hubs
The EFI Foundation is a Washington, D.C.-based, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the public on issues relating to harnessing the power of technology and policy innovation to accelerate the clean energy transition.
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Under the leadership of Ernest J. Moniz, the 13th U.S. Secretary of Energy, the EFI Foundation builds on the prior work of the Energy Futures Initiative, co-founded by Moniz in 2017. Reports by the EFI Foundation and the legacy work of the Energy Futures Initiative are available for download via the navigation on this site.
I want to thank NASEO, the Energy Futures Initiative, and Secretary Moniz, for heroically stepping up when it became clear that the previous administration didn’t plan to meet their obligation…. It’s because of you that we know just how much the energy sector, especially clean energy, has grown in recent years.Jennifer Granholm U.S. Secretary of Energy
We must put technology innovation at the center of the response to climate change, and without a decade of supercharged innovation we won’t get to the goal of reducing the warming of the planet.Ernest J. Moniz EFI Founder and CEO
The work being done by the team at the Energy Futures Initiative on deep decarbonization is incredibly important to what we are working towards in Congress.Rep. Paul Tonko D-NY-20th
The climate crisis is the existential issue of our time, and solving it begins by communicating clearly to the widest possible audience the urgency of the challenge—along with identifying solutions we can deploy quickly.David Ellis Vice President of Strategic Communications, EFI
We bring stakeholders together to preserve and create 21st Century energy jobs, and craft policies that accelerate the pace of energy innovation. We have forged partnerships with the AFL-CIO and the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO), and conducted stakeholder convenings with the Bipartisan Policy Center, the Environmental Defense Fund, Resources for the Future, and Breakthrough Energy.
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