Climate Mixtape: A COP28 Out?

EI’s Anand Gopal joins a panel of climate experts to discuss the priorities of COP28 and to provide additional insight.

A $30 Billion Meltdown In Clean Energy Puts Biden’s Climate Goals At Risk

EI’s Sonia Aggarwal discusses how trends remain in favor of clean energy, despite the recent minor growing pains.

Biden’s Paradox: Can A Green Grid Coexist With Industrial Surge?

EI’s Eric Gimon says that it is possible to meet the expected surge in power demand without adding more fossil fuel generation, but it will require smart policy.

Electric Vs. Gas Cars: Is It Cheaper To Drive An EV?

EI research finds that every EV model in every state is cheaper to fill than its gas-powered equivalent.

Why The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Is Biden’s Other Climate Bill

EI’s Chris Busch says that the $5 billion provided for EV charging will have the most impactful legacy of the IRA.

Reliability V. Sustainability: Inside The Debate Over The EPA’s Proposed Carbon Rules

In an EI hosted media briefing, Ric O’Connell discusses how the grid can be reliable under the proposed EPA rules.

Michigan’s Big Climate Package Angers Environmental Justice Advocates

EI’s Robbie Orvis discusses how important it is for policymakers to take environmental justice concerns seriously.

An Insider’s View Of The Biden Years In Clean Energy Policy

EI’s Sonia Aggarwal joins David Roberts on the podcast Volts to discuss her experience in the White House and the energy policies from the Biden Administration.

Asia-Pacific Energy Leaders See Challenges, Opportunity in Green Goals

EI’s Anand Gopal discusses the importance of policymakers investing in scaling clean energy solutions in order for the Asia-Pacific region to meet their climate goals.

Michigan’s New Clean Energy Bill Signals a “Huge Shift”

EI’s Energy Policy Simulator (EPS) is an open source forecasting tool that works in real-time to measure the cost and emissions impacts climate and energy policies.