To Build The Cities Of The Future, We Must Get Out Of Our Cars

EI’s urban sustainability work is featured in an article discussing how smart urban development can reduce traffic and build cities of the future.

Climate Change Triggers “Bomb Cyclone” As Devastation Rages Across U.S. Central States

EI’s Sonia Aggarwal discusses links between climate change and extreme weather in an article discussing last week’s Bomb Cyclone.

PG&E And The Future Of U.S. Utilities

EI’s Mike O’Boyle discusses what existing regulations mean for the future of U.S. utilities after PG&E’s bankruptcy.

Hungry For Green Power, Tech Giants Choose Between Utilities, Independent Developers

EI’s Eric Gimon discusses how tech companies are choosing between utilities and independent power providers in an article outlining green power purchasing trends.

The Rollback That Automakers Don’t Want

EI research on potential impacts of a federal fuel efficiency rule rollback is cited in an article on automaker opposition to the proposal.

Designing Climate Solutions – A Big-Picture View That Doesn’t Skimp On Details

EI’s recent book Designing Climate Solutions is featured in a review discussing how policy design can help prevent the worst impacts of climate change.

Inertia, Frequency Regulation, And The Grid

EI’s Eric Gimon highlights technologies needed to integrate large percentages of renewable energy onto the grid in an article discussing the clean energy transition.

Utility Goes Big On Energy Storage. But Will It Cut CO2?

EI’s Mike O’Boyle discusses the changing economics of solar-plus-storage in an article about APS’s 850MW energy storage plan.

Total Offshore Wind Capacity Grew By A Staggering 20% In 2018

EI’s Mike O’Boyle is quoted on the declining costs of offshore wind in an article outlining industry growth in 2018.

Behind-The-Meter Energy Storage Surges Ahead Of Utility-Operated Batteries

EI’s Eric Gimon discusses how behind-the-meter energy storage can help customers reduce electricity costs and avoid utility charges.