The Energy for Growth Hub is a global solutions connector — matching policymakers with evidence-based pathways to a high-energy future for everyone.


Our Mission

  • Match policymakers to implementable, high-energy solutions tailored to their specific needs, via proactive engagement and delivery of policy memos that translate the latest research into actionable insights.
  • Promote energy solutions aligned with countries’ own development ambitions, via a targeted media and outreach campaign to provide intellectual leadership for rebalancing energy policy to include jobs and economic growth.

Our Vision

  • All developing countries achieve the high-energy future they need to become prosperous and economically competitive systems that  power industrial and commercial development, job creation, and economic growth.
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Our Research Network

The Energy for Growth Hub’s unparalleled research network comprises leading universities — Stanford, MIT, Columbia, UC-Berkeley, Rice, Colorado School of Mines, Michigan and Johns Hopkins — and think tanks in key capitals from Abuja, Nairobi, Accra and New Delhi toWashington DC.

The Hub’s research network is focused on critical issues for building a high-energy future — including grid technology, utility-scale renewables, gas-to-power, energy finance, and utilizing big data for smart least-cost energy planning.  

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Our Leadership

Executive Director

Todd Moss is executive director of the Energy for Growth Hub. He is also senior fellow at the Center for Global Development and nonresident scholar at Rice University’s Baker Institute and the Payne Institute at the Colorado School of Mines. He is a former U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State and has worked at the World Bank, Georgetown, and the London School of Economics.

Board of Directors

*ex officio

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Our Funding

The Hub is grateful for the generous support of:


Rockefeller Foundation

Pritzker Innovation Fund

Bernard and Anne Spitzer Charitable Trust

General Electric


Harmon Family Foundation


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