How To Replace 187 GW Of Coal With Renewables, And Save Customers Money

EI’s study found that customers would save money if 74% percent of U.S. coal units were replaced with solar and wind power sited nearby.

House Democrats Release ‘Bold’ Plan to Tackle Carbon Emissions by 2050

EI analysis shows the plan could save an estimated 62,000 premature deaths a year and provide close to $8 trillion in health- and climate-related benefits over the next three decades.

Calls Grow Louder For Biden To Strengthen His Climate Goals

EI report finds plummeting costs of solar energy, wind energy and battery storage mean that those sources could supply the bulk of U.S. energy demand in 15 years.

The Next Energy Battle: Renewables vs. Natural Gas

EI research with GridLab and the Goldman School shows a reliable 90% clean electricity grid by 2035 is achievable with no new gas buildout.

Biden’s Big Climate Decision: Will He Embrace His Task Force’s Goals?

EI research with Vibrant Clean Energy shows the average cost of new wind or solar power is cheaper than the costs to keep running most coal-fired plants.

This Should Be Biden’s Bumper Sticker

EI’s CEO Hal Harvey suggests principles to unite the country and solve climate change as featured in Tom Friedman’s New York Times column.

House Democrats Spell Out Climate, Clean Energy Priorities In Sweeping Plan

EI’s analysis showed the recommendations would slash U.S. greenhouse gas emissions 88 percent from 2010 levels by 2050.

House Democrats Release Sweeping Climate Proposal Calling For Net-Zero US Emissions By 2050

EI modeling finds these policies would reach net zero carbon emissions by 2048 and be reduced 89% below 2005 levels by 2050.

Democrats’ Ambitious Climate Action Plan Targets A Clean US Grid By 2040

EI modeling projects the Climate Action Plan could translate into clean energy markets that add up to 48 GW of new solar per year to the U.S. power grid by 2050.

Democrats Unveil Sweeping Plan To Tackle Climate Change

EI modeling shows the recommendations would prevent 62,000 premature deaths annually by 2050 while offering almost $8 trillion in cumulative health and climate benefits.