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Biden’s American Jobs Plan Would Supercharge Our Grid Via Hundreds Of Thousands Of Jobs, Billions In Savings, And Increased Reliability Against Extreme Weather
EI's Eric Gimon explains how the American Jobs Plan's investments in inter-regional electric transmission would position the U.S. for success in the 21st century, create hundreds of thousands of jobs for the folks that build it, while providing cheaper, cleaner electricity, and bolstering electricity system reliability.
This visual interactive feature allows users to explore the major findings of the Coal Cost Crossover 2.0 report. Users can scroll to view interactive maps showing the specific locations of uneconomic coal plants and regions where new solar or new wind resources would be cheaper than existing coal.
New research shows used electric vehicles in California are cheaper to own than comparable used gas-powered cars over an average ownership period, and are up to 40 percent cheaper when the maximum incentive under the state's Clean Cars 4 All program is applied, paving the way for adoption by lower and middle-income consumers. The report also includes policy recommendations for accelerating electric vehicle adoption and creating good-paying jobs.
EI analysis finds all but one of Colorado's seven coal power plants are less cost effective than new local wind and solar power, meaning utility customers in Colorado are overpaying.