Even Andrew Cuomo Isn’t Sure of New York’s Near-Impossible Climate Goals

EI’s Amanda Myers discusses transportation sector implications of New York’s ambitious climate policy proposal to cut emissions 85% by 2050.

America’s Mega-Emitters Are Starting To Close

EI’s Mike O’Boyle discusses energy economics in an article highlighting closures among America’s mega-emitter coal plants.

California Is Gaining Allies In Its Emissions Standards War With Trump

EI modeling on the cost impacts of Trump’s emissions standards war is featured in an article discussing states joining California’s legal opposition.

July Was The Hottest Month Ever Recorded On Earth

EI’s Hal Harvey is quoted about policies to slow climate change in an article saying July 2019 was the hottest month ever recorded.

Did California Trump The Clean Car Rollback?

EI modeling is cited in an article discussing California’s efforts to resist the Trump administration clean car rollback proposal.

Rollback Will Cost Economy $400B — Analysis

EI’s modeling is featured in an article discussing the $400 billion in potential economic damage that Trump’s clean cars rollback could cost U.S. consumers.

Economic And Environmental Cost Of Trump’s Auto Rollback Could Be Staggering, New Research Shows

EI’s modeling is featured in an article discussing the “staggering” potential economic and climate damage from Trump’s auto rollback.

Trump Administration Moves To Finalize Weakening Of Car Efficiency Standards

EI’s modeling is featured in a story discussing the Trump administration’s proposal to freeze federal car efficiency standards.

Can American Utilities Profit From The Energy Transition?

EI’s Mike O’Boyle details the financial challenge facing fossil fuel generation in an article exploring the utility clean energy transition.

Bigger, Younger Coal Plants Are Retiring

EI’s coal crossover research is cited in an article discussing the trend of newer and larger coal plants retiring across the U.S.