Is Cap And Trade The Climate Solution? The Jury’s Still Out

Research from EI’s Chris Busch is featured in an article discussing how the California and Northeast U.S. cap-and-trade markets can help counter climate change.

New Year, New Energy

A 2018 energy outlook from EI’s Sonia Aggarwal is featured in a year-ahead preview from the Alliance for Clean Energy-New York

Bomb Cyclone And NOPR Redux: What The Grid Really Needs

EI’s Sonia Aggarwal and Robbie Orvis discuss what the Bomb Cyclone and FERC’s rejection of DOE’s NOPR coal and nuclear subsidy proposal mean for the future of America’s grid on Greentech Media’s The Interchange podcast.

Regulatory Ruling Leaves Energy Companies Wondering What Future Holds

EI’s analysis of the consumer cost impacts from DOE’s coal and nuclear subsidy proposal is cited in an article exploring the financial future of utility FirstEnergy.

No Longer Termed A ‘Failure,’ California’s Cap-And-Trade Program Faces A New Critique: Is It Too Successful?

EI’s research into carbon allowance oversupply in California’s cap-and-trade market is featured in a column discussing the market’s future outlook.

Predictions 2018: Looming Trade Case Clouds Solar’s Future

EI’s Sonia Aggarwal is quoted discussing how U.S. market forces favor renewable energy, as part of a story exploring potential headwinds for the solar industry in 2018.

Why Rick Perry’s Coal-Friendly Market Intervention Was Legally Doomed

EI’s Robbie Orvis is quoted in an article discussing why the DOE NOPR proposal was legally destined to fail, and potential next steps facing U.S. power markets.

California’s Climate Fight Gets Harder Soon, And The Big Culprit Is Cars

EI’s Chris Busch is quoted in an article discussing how the biggest challenge to California’s climate change goals is cutting transportation emissions.

Blockchain, Drones Are Strategies For Survival At Japan’s Tepco

EI’s Sonia Aggarwal is quoted in an article discuss how Japanese utility Tepco is exploring technological innovations to maintain economic competitiveness.

Experts View Trump’s Intervention As ‘Worrisome’ Even After Coal, Nuclear Subsidy Plan Fails

EI’s Robbie Orvis is quoted in an article discussing the threat politicization of the regulatory process poses to U.S. power markets, as shown in the DOE NOPR process.