Americans’ Electric Bills Are Rising Faster Than Inflation Amid Punishing Heatwave

Research and analysis by EI finds that price spikes on electricity transmission costs is driven by gas prices and climate-change driven natural disasters.

Decoding Rising Electricity Prices

Recent EI analysis finds that the spike in electricity prices has been caused by factors like natural gas price volatility and rising transmission and distribution costs, and that vary from state to state.

Tesla Owner Breaks Down Ownership Costs Over Last 6 Years: ‘I Can Now Go Farther To Save More’

EI research finds that every electric vehicle model is cheaper to charge in every state compared to their gasoline powered equivalent.

How Water Could Be The Future Of Fuel

EI research and analysis concludes that the United States cannot achieve net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions without carbon-free hydrogen.

What Trump And Biden Really Mean When They Fight About Electric Vehicles

EI’s Sonia Aggarwal weighs in on the auto industry in the United States, and America’s perception on electric vehicles.

Hot Rocks In Box: The Rise Of Thermal Batteries – Ep168: Anand Gopal

EI’s Anand Gopal joins the podcast to discuss the potential for thermal batteries to decarbonize industry by providing reliable heat on-demand.

How The Inflation Reduction Act Is Playing Out In One Of the ’Most Biased’ States For Renewables

EI’s Jack Conness is the creator behind the map which tracks the Inflation Reduction Act’s $110 billion investments into American clean energy manufacturing.

[Episode #226] – Load Growth Shenanigans

EI’s Mike O’Boyle explains how the power grid can meet growing demands without relying on gas plants.

U.S. Department Of The Treasury Announces More Than $1 Billion In Upfront Savings For Consumers On Electric Vehicle Sales

EI analysis shows that electric vehicle owners save an estimated $18,000 to $24,000 over the vehicles’ lifetime from fuel and maintenance costs.

As Solar Power Surges, U.S. Wind Is In Trouble

EI’s joint research with the Rhodium Group and the REPEAT project finds that solar power is on pace to meet its targets, but that wind capacity is lagging behind.