Studies and Reports

EIRP U.S.-Korea Energy Series – Working Paper No. 1 (U.S. Solar)

In this working paper in EIRP’s U.S.-Korea Energy Series, David Hart, a professor of public policy at George Mason University and nonresident fellow at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, sets out a strategy for developing America’s solar photovoltaic (PV) supply chains in partnership with U.S. allies including South Korea.

EIRP Russia Energy Series – Russia’s Arctic Development

In the fourth installment of EIRP’s working paper series on Russia’s global energy role, Timur Kulakhmetov assesses Russia’s ambitious Arctic infrastructure and energy plans in the paper: “Cooling Prospects for Russia’s Arctic Development?”

EIRP Russia Energy Series – Russia’s Oil Sector

In the third Russia Energy Working Paper installment of EIRP’s working paper series on Russia’s global energy role, oil analyst Sergey Vakulenko looks ahead at Russia’s oil sector under enduring Western sanctions.

EIRP Russia Energy Series – Russia’s Renewable Energy

In this working paper in EIRP’s U.S.-Korea Energy Series, David Hart, a professor of public policy at George Mason University and nonresident fellow at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, sets out a strategy for developing America’s solar photovoltaic (PV) supply chains in partnership with U.S. allies including South Korea.

EIRP Russia Energy Series – Rosatom: A Difficult Target

In the first installment in a new EIRP working paper series on Russian Energy, Alexandra Prokopenko, a Visiting Fellow at the German Council on Foreign Relations and Non-Resident Scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, assesses Russian nuclear energy monopoly Rosatom’s international activity in the wake of Russia’s war in Ukraine and U.S. and allied efforts to apply economic pressure through sanctions.

Toward an Indo-Pacific Clean Energy Framework

In a new EIRP report, Paul J. Saunders and former EIRP Research Assistant Amelia K. Gilchrist assess opportunities for the United States to build and strengthen regional frameworks in the Indo-Pacific to accelerate clean energy deployment.