California’s EV Plan Would Lower State’s Total Transportation Emissions By 16% In Next Decade, Analysis Finds
EI modeling of the new zero-emission vehicle standard finds cumulative emissions dropping by 70 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent, representing a 16 percent decrease.
‘This Will Change The Nature Of Load’: What California’s Zero Emission Vehicle Order Means For The Power Sector
EI’s Amanda Myers says Governor Newsom’s new zero-emission vehicle target will increase electricity demand 9 percent by 2030, according to EI modeling, and the state will need to account for the increased demand in their planning processes.
EI’s Fei Meng says China’s new carbon reduction commitment is very important because of China’s major economic and greenhouse gas emissions impact globally.
EI’s Mike O’Boyle is interviewed on a podcast discussing his recent research on the benefits of establishing a Southeast RTO.
EI’s Chris Busch discusses California cap and trade policy in an article exploring potential costs of state efforts to fight climate change.
EI research on financial risk from natural gas peaker investments is cited in an article discussing how to shut down fossil fuel plants in the U.S.
EI report shows transitioning the U.S. electricity sector to 90% clean energy by 2035 is operationally feasible, and possible without raising customer’s bills from today’s levels, but will require strong policies.
EI’s report detailing pathways to 90 percent clean electricity by 2035 is featured in a video with authors of the study explaining how a conversion to renewables is affordable and practical.
EI’s Vice President, Sonia Aggarwal, is recognized as a national leader for her work advancing the clean energy transformation.
EI study shows five technological pathways to achieve 100 percent clean electricity in just 15 years without raising power costs.