Heat Pumps Are Poised To Help Breweries And Other Industries Go Green

EI’s Jeffrey Rissman finds that if low-temperature processes utilize technology like heat pumps, they could reduce their total emissions up to 16 percent by 2050.

Vivek Ramaswamy’s Policy Proposals And How They Would Transform The U.S.

EI’s Robbie Orvis discusses how we currently have the technologies necessary to continue to grow the economy more sustainability.

The Cheapest Option To Get A Car? EV Leasing, Study Says

EI’s Rachel Goldstein discusses how leasing an electric vehicle (EV) can be up to $500 a month cheaper, due to the IRA tax credits and improved battery technology.

The American Power System Is Changing. How Can Electricity Rates Keep Up?

EI’s Eric Gimon details the elements that make up electricity rates in the United States.

Study: An EV Is The Cheapest Way To Get A New Car, Study Says

EI’s report comparing electric vehicles (EV) and their gasoline powered equivalents finds that an EV is the most affordable way to get into a new car.

Study: Leasing An EV Is The Least Expensive Way To Get A New Car

EI’s Rachel Goldstein discusses how electric vehicles can have significant savings due to IRA incentives, lower operational and maintenance costs, and lower fuel costs.

Net Zero: EV Leasing

EI’s research on fuel costs and IRA tax credits, finds that leasing an electric vehicle (EV) is the cheapest way to get into a new car.

Saving Green By Going Green? Breaking Down The Cost Of Electric Cars Amid High Gas Prices

EI’s Jack Conness is interviewed to discuss the electric vehicle (EV) fill-up tool and the potential savings for consumers.

Is Gas Cheaper Than Electricity To Fuel A Car? Two Studies Have Conflicting Answers

EI’s EV-ICE fill up tool found that electric vehicles are cheaper to fuel with electricity in all 50 states.

How One Organization Designs Climate Policy

EI’s Anand Gopal discusses his background, future climate technology, and Energy Innovation’s use of policy to inform climate action.