Paying for the great urbanization of China

Greasing the Electric Grid, the World’s Largest Machine (Op-Ed)

Is there a way to provide equal service to customers by generating power during times that take better advantage of low-cost, clean electricity generators?

What China’s Climate Commitment Means for its Electricity Sector

What is required of China’s power sector to achieve its recent commitment to generate 20 percent of its electricity from non-fossil fuel sources by 2030?

Oil Prices Are Dropping. So What?

Hal Harvey and 14 other leading energy thinkers offer their thoughts on how the recent drop in oil prices will affect America’s economy and policies, as well as its relationship with other countries and regions of the world.

How to Fix Beijing’s Air

This guest blog post for the Paulson Institute describes the effort China government is taking to improve its air quality as well as policy recommendations for further improvements.

California Jobs Rise With Green Energy

From energy production to passenger vehicles, California has become a global leader in pioneering clean-tech markets, as well as new financing tools to bring these innovations to market. As the state’s job growth has taken off, it has continued to…

The Green Energy Race in China

China is a powerful force in renewable energy generation and technology production, and will need to maintain this role into the future.

Clean Energy, Batteries Not Included (Op-ed)

There are several options—beyond batteries—for managing the variable electric loads introduced by renewables like solar and wind power.

Microgrids: A New Power Supply Paradigm

Obama’s Clean Air Standards: An Economic Bonus?

How will Obama’s clean air standards impact the U.S. economy and environment?