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As Program Associate at OurEnergyPolicy, I curate, aggregate, and sustain the OurEnergyLibrary, a free to use energy resource publication library with over 5,100 resources from academia, industry, think tanks and non-profits, and trade associations.

The OurEnergyLibrary is part of the Library of Congress’s E-Resource site and is also listed
at WorldCat.org: The World’s Largest Library Catalog. Dozens of colleges currently utilize the
OurEnergyLibrary and refer students to it for course readings. These include Harvard
University, Carnegie Mellon University, University of California Irvine, Dartmouth College, and
Boston College. The OurEnergyLibrary has also been cited by the U.S. Senate, House of
Representatives, Department of Energy, Environmental Protection Agency, and the National
Renewable Energy Laboratory. It is a non-partisan, one-stop hub where anyone in
government, media, academia, the private sector, non-profit, advocacy groups, and the public
can search expertly indexed, cross-sectoral, energy policy resources.

The OurEnergyLibrary provides a more defined focus than a simple Google search by limiting
results to curated, professionally tagged publications, while excluding news articles, blog
posts, and other extraneous content. It includes studies, reports, papers and other
documents, and these resources are all free, publicly available, and produced by reputable
organizations.