Impact Reports

EFI Foundation Report Charts Six Years of Energy Innovation and Thought Leadership

EFI Foundation 2023-24 Impact Report cover

The EFI Foundation (EFIF) today released a new impact report, which showcases accomplishments throughout our history; our major activities in 2023; and the people, partners, and funders who make our work possible. EFIF builds on the legacy work of the Energy Futures Initiative (EFI), a nonprofit organization co-founded in 2017 and led by Ernest J. Moniz, the 13th U.S. Secretary of Energy, with Melanie A. Kenderdine and Joseph S. Hezir.

“Since its inception, the EFI Foundation has become a preeminent thought leader on clean energy,” Moniz said. “Through our reports, convenings, and thought leadership, we have offered science-based, actionable, and regionally appropriate solutions to advance the clean energy transition.”

EFIF research and analyses have informed more than 10 federal initiatives, including the establishment of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations.  EFIF has also placed more than 30 opinion pieces in major news outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, POLITICO, and The Economist.

Our senior leadership and experts are sought-after voices for congressional testimony and in public discourse on subjects including clean hydrogen, carbon dioxide removal, needs of the 21st century energy workforce, natural gas, global energy security, new nuclear energy development and finance, decarbonization investments, and the critical mineral supply chain.

Through its efforts, EFIF has displayed measurable impact on navigating the path forward to tackle climate change with science-backed analysis and thought leadership. The new report highlights our work to address the climate crisis by accelerating the transition to a low-carbon economy.

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