How Biden Would Address Climate Change In A Second Term

EI’s Sonia Aggarwal explains that advanced reconductoring is a quicker process than building new transmission lines, which will allow the U.S. to meet the growing energy demand more efficiently.

Naperville, St. Charles, Winnetka And Dozens Of Other Communities Urged To Double Down On Coal

EI’s Eric Gimon weighs in on the decision of many Illinois towns and cities to remain under contract with the coal-fired power plant, Prairie State Generating Station until 2035.

The Outdated Power Grid Is Nearing A Crisis Point. Here’s How To Prevent It

EI’s Michelle Solomon explains that advanced reconductoring can be the solution for doubling our transmission capacity in a short amount of time.

What EPA’s Carbon Rule Means For The Highest-Emitting Coal Plants

EI’s Brendan Pierpont explains that the coal industry is experiencing a structural decline and that the EPA’s ruling pushes the industry to make a decision.

Biden’s $7B ‘Clean’ Hydrogen Dream Faces Pipelines Hurdle

EI’s Dan Esposito explains the importance of determining where hydrogen is being used since it will determine our reliance on pipelines.

Study: Manufacturing Key To Reining In Chinese Emissions

New EI research finds that China’s industrial sector is responsible for 61% of the country’s carbon dioxide emissions.

Can Industry Eliminate Its Carbon Pollution?

EI’s Jeff Rissman discusses his book, Zero-Carbon Industry, and explains the roadmap for eliminating greenhouse gas emissions from the industrial sector.

[Episode #224] – U.S. Hydrogen Tax Credits

EI’s Eric Gimon rejoins the Energy Transition Show podcast to discuss the proposed final rules of the 45V clean hydrogen tax credit.

Trump Leads Biden in New Battleground Polls. The Economic Stakes Are High.

The Inflation Reduction Act’s clean energy tax credits have generated over $250 billion in project announcements that could create more than 140,000 new jobs.

Stakeholder Soapbox: It’s Time For New Wires On America’s Grid

EI’s Eric Gimon urges federal and state regulators not to overlook advanced reconductoring as a less expensive way to increase transmission capacity.