State Electric Plants Pivoting Away From Coal

EI’s coal cost crossover report is cited in an article discussing the future of coal-fired generation compared to renewable energy in Indiana.

The “Coal Cost Crossover” – Why Most U.S. Regions Would Save Money By Switching To Wind Or Solar

EI’s coal cost crossover research is featured in an article detailing how cheap renewable energy is pushing coal plants offline.

Coal Is A Financial Bust, But Carbon Emissions Keep Rising

EI’s coal cost crossover report is featured in an article discussing why carbon emissions keep rising despite poor coal economics.

Will The Sluggish U.S. Ever Make Aggressive Carbon Cuts To Rival Europe’s?

EI’s coal cost crossover report is featured in an article discussing efforts to reduce carbon emissions in the U.S. and Europe.

Coal Doomed By Economics Of Clean Energy, Not Regulation

EI’s coal cost crossover report is featured in an editorial discussing how clean energy economics are pushing coal plants offline.

GE Bets On Offshore Wind As Fossil Fuels Business Stumbles

EI’s coal cost crossover report is featured in an article discussing corporate investment and improving economics for offshore wind.

Coal Fading From America’s Economic Radar Despite White House Push

EI’s coal cost crossover research is featured in an article discussing coal’s increasingly poor economic outlook despite Trump support.

The Illinois “Coal To Solar And Energy Storage Act” Is Real

EI’s coal cost crossover research is mentioned in an article discussing Illinois legislation to convert at-risk coal plants into solar-plus-storage.

Can This Online Startup Change How Companies Buy Renewable Power?

EI’s Eric Gimon is quoted in an article discussing how an online marketplace could change how corporations buy renewable power.

Goodbye To Arguments Against Renewables. New Studies Find Them As Reliable And Cheap As Fossils

EI’s coal cost crossover research is featured in an article discussing how cheap renewables can replace coal without sacrificing reliability.