You’re Thinking About EV Prices All Wrong: Here’s The Math

EI’s Robbie Orvis explains that now is not the time to scale back electric vehicle incentives if we want to continue the transition to electrified transportation.

Most Electric Cars Are Cheaper To Own From Day One– Report

EI research finds that EVs are usually more cost-effective even during the financing term, which previous studies haven’t considered. That’s key since 85% of people finance their cars.

Electric Vehicles Are Cheaper Than Gas-Powered, Depending On The State And Incentives

EI research finds that owning an EV can save consumers an average of $6,000 over the vehicle’s lifetime.

A Fresh Lens On Electric Vehicle Costs

EI’s Robbie Orvis explains in most states, financing and owning an EV is cheaper on a monthly basis than financing and owning an equivalent gasoline car.

EVs Can Be Cheaper On A Monthly Basis Than Gas-Powered Cars

EI’s Robbie Orvis explains that most electric vehicle models are cheaper in most states on day one of ownership compared to gas equivalents.

The Race To Produce Green Steel

EI’s Jeff Rissman explains that steel production is one of the largest sources of industrial greenhouse gas emissions and steel producers will have to fundamentally change how they make it to cut their carbon footprint.

How California Can Get To A Reliable, 85% Clean Grid By 2030

EI’s Mike O’Boyle explains that California can clean its grid while keeping the lights on and retiring natural gas plants that create air pollution in disadvantaged communities.

California Considers 3 GW Of Offshore Wind By 2030 As Experts Stress Need For Clean Energy Diversity

EI’s Mike O’Boyle explains that by diversifying its clean energy technology, California can mitigate the risk of relying too heavily on any single power source.

Why EPA Might Make New Gas Plants Catch Carbon

EI’s Mike O’Boyle explains that energy regulators should adopt stringent standards for certain fossil fuel technologies to protect consumers from subsidizing outdated technology down the road.

Hydrogen Blending In Gas Grid Would Lead To ‘Limited CO2 Benefits And A Large Increase In Energy Costs’: IRENA

EI research finds that blending hydrogen with natural gas is an inefficient way to cut emissions from buildings and the power sector and it could increase costs and air pollution.