California Approves Climate Change Target That Critics Say Is Far Too Weak

EI modeling is cited in an article discussing how California’s new power sector decarbonization target is insufficient to meet the state’s climate goals.

Cheapest Is Not Always Best: Concentrated Solar Power Could Beat Lower Price PV With New Market Rules

EI’s Sonia Aggarwal says outdated electricity market rules are no longer applicable as fast-falling renewable energy prices make fossil fuels uneconomic.

Could Sinking Oil Prices Open Door For ‘Green’ Hydrogen, Some Hope

EI research is quoted in an article discussing how plunging fossil fuel prices could spur rising demand in renewable hydrogen.

California Is A Climate Leader. But Here’s Why It Needs To Move Even Faster

EI’s California Energy Policy Simulator is profiled in an article discussing policy recommendations to help the state hit its 2030 climate goals.

Biden, Sanders Eye Broader EV Adoption On Road To 2020 Election

EI’s Energy Policy Simulator is used to evaluate the emissions and EV adoption impact of 2020 presidential candidate plans.

Outdated Business Models Are Holding Back Greater Renewables, DER Integration – Enter DSOs

EI’s Mike O’Boyle says access to data for regulators could be the key to unlocking the potential of renewables and DERs for utilities.

Environmentalists Question If Natural Gas Is A Solution To Climate Change

EI’s Mike O’Boyle is quoted in an article discussing why natural gas is not a solution to cutting emissions and addressing climate change.

Plan Advances To Convert Utah Coal-Fired Power Plant To Run On 100% Hydrogen With Storage

EI’s Jeff Rissman discusses the potential for renewable hydrogen to replace existing coal or natural gas fired power plants in an article on the first commercial project.

A Model Policy Pathway To Net-Zero Emissions By 2050

EI’s Megan Mahajan and Robbie Orvis are interviewed on a podcast about potential policy pathways to reach net zero emissions in the U.S. by 2050.

Natural Gas Is A Bad Investment

EI’s research is cited in an article discussing why climate and clean energy targets make natural gas a bad investment for utilities.