Solving Climate Change Is Possible, We Already Have The Tools, Says Energy Expert Hal Harvey

EI’s Hal Harvey is profiled in an article discussing his work to develop the policies required to solve climate change.

Harvesting Hybrid Solutions From Performance-Based Rates: “Not All Or Nothing”

EI’s Mike O’Boyle details how performance-based rates can reduce friction for utilities undergoing a clean energy transition.

Performance-Based Regulation: Seeking The New Utility Business Model

EI’s Mike O’Boyle highlights which states are leading the push to implement performance-based regulation for electricity utilities – and which are lagging.

We Went to the Moon. Why Can’t We Solve Climate Change?

EI’s Hal Harvey discusses why political will – not technological breakthroughs – is the “moon shot” we need to prevent dangerous climate change.

The “War On Coal” Myth

EI’s coal cost crossover report is cited in an article outlining why the “war on coal” is not the reason coal plants are closing.

Four Economic Reasons Renewables Will Dominate Fossil Fuels

EI’s Mike O’Boyle is quoted in an article outlining economic reasons renewable energy will capture an increasing energy market share over fossil fuels.

Historic US Gov’t Data Shows Renewables Have Eclipsed Coal

EI’s coal cost crossover research is cited in an article highlighting renewables passing coal in the U.S.

A Quick Shift To Electric Vehicles Could Drive The Green New Deal Forward

EI’s Sonia Aggarwal discusses the economic upside of electrifying vehicles and mass transit through a Green New Deal.

Broad US Power Sector Emissions Reduction Feasible, But Influencing Decision Makers Is Key

EI staff discuss how broad U.S. power sector decarbonization is needed for a safe climate future, but requires convincing 200 public utility commissioners across the country.

What the Green New Deal Means For Investors

EI’s coal cost crossover research is cited in an article discussing what the Green New Deal means for energy sector investors in the future.