The Knowledge Network for Energy Transitions (KNET) is a global network of scholars, educators and organizations who study the economic, political, cultural, environmental and technological aspects of changes in society's major energy systems. Our purpose is to understand historic energy transitions as a means to effectively and equitably manage the next transition, and to disseminate this information to as wide an audience as possible.
Energy transitionsLast Updated on 2013-04-16 at 15:05
Patterns of energy have changed dramatically since the onset More »
Energy transitions past and futureLast Updated on 2012-10-31 at 00:53
In Greek mythology, Prometheus defied the will of Zeus by stealing fire and giving it to the mortal race of men in their dark caves. Zeus was enraged by... More »
Energy, Growth and Pollution NetworkLast Updated on 2011-10-01 at 15:07The Energy, Growth and Pollution network was established in 2003 to link together historians working on the history of energy use and its consequences for the economy and... More »
Podobnik energy datasetsLast Updated on 2011-04-12 at 10:34Twenty-seven data series representing physical quantities consumed, energy units consumed (tons of oil equivalent), per-capita energy consumption, and... More »