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Energy Innovations That Can Power the Fight Against Poverty
BY Bill Gates
The world needs to invest more in energy R&D to provide affordable energy for everyone while reducing carbon emissions.
ENERGY FOR THE POOR Powering the Fight Against Poverty
BY Bill Gates JUNE 25, 2014
Affordable clean energy should be high on the anti-poverty agenda.
BY Bill Gates ON FEBRUARY 28, 2012
ARPA-E is a new government agency that’s fast-tracking development of new clean energy technologies. Although I believe the federal government should invest even more in energy innovation, I think ARPA-E is off to a good start.
BY Bill Gates ON JUNE 25, 2014
Political scientist Bjorn Lomborg sheds light on why the world’s poor need more energy.
PIONEERING POWER We Need Energy Miracles
BY Bill Gates ON JUNE 25, 2014
How to get breakthrough ideas for providing power to the poorest people.
Power up, carbon down On the Road to Energy Solutions
BY Bill Gates ON MARCH 23, 2012
From ARPA-E to ECO:nomics, I go on the road in search of energy solutions.
Energy storage is critical We Need a Battery Miracle
BY Bill Gates ON OCTOBER 6, 2011
In this video, MIT Professor Donald Sadoway and I discuss the importance of new battery storage technology and Sadoway’s focus on the development of a “liquid metal” battery.
Going public on energy Talking About Energy Miracles at TED
BY Bill Gates ON MARCH 8, 2010
At this year’s TED Conference, I spoke about my belief that addressing climate change will require developing zero-carbon energy sources.
Keep the switch on The Energy Research Imperative
BY Bill Gates ON NOVEMBER 17, 2011
In an editorial in the journal Science, I make the case for increased U.S. government investment in clean energy innovation.
The Stuff of Modern Life Have You Hugged a Concrete Pillar Today?
BY Bill Gates ON JUNE 12, 2014
A fascinating look at concrete, steel, and other things that helped build modernity.
On the Subcontinent Going—and Listening—to India
BY Bill Gates ON SEPTEMBER 17, 2014
What Melinda and I hope to discuss with the country’s leaders when we visit.
Impressions of India Meeting the New Prime Minister
BY Bill Gates ON OCTOBER 6, 2014
The Prime Minister has the country talking about toilets—and that’s a great thing.
BY Bill Gates ON MAY 16, 2012
Daniel Yergin’s new book, The Quest, is valuable guide to the complex factors shaping the world’s energy needs.
BY Bill Gates ON SEPTEMBER 23, 2013
I met with Kofi Annan and Bill Clinton on the first day of the United Nations General Assembly week.
BY Bill Gates ON APRIL 19, 2012
Over the last 100 years, the internal combustion engine has transformed almost every aspect of how people work and live. Now, a small company called EcoMotors is proposing a radical overhaul for this century-old workhorse.
Fighting Blindness A Story From One of My Heroes
BY Bill Gates ON MAY 16, 2014
How a global coalition came together to curb a crippling disease.
BY Bill Gates ON MARCH 26, 2014
Melinda and I attended TED this year, and the organizers asked us to suggest a few books that attendees might enjoy. I thought I’d share the lists we put together, starting with my picks.
BY Bill Gates ON JUNE 20, 2014
Breakthrough technology, growing philanthropy, and other impressions from my stop in China.
Black Tie at Bambi A Packed 36 Hours in Berlin
BY Bill Gates ON NOVEMBER 14, 2013
I spent two days in Berlin this week. My visit brought me into contact with artists and activists, politicians, scientists, actors, and even rock stars. Not bad for 36 hours.
Two days for 60 minutes Talking to 60 Minutes
BY Bill Gates ON MAY 12, 2013
I had fun talking to Charlie Rose. I’ve posted a behind-the-scene recap of the 60 Minutes story.