Morning Energy: Biden’s Tailpipe Rule Gambit

EI’s Dan Esposito says loose 45V production tax credit rules could slow green hydrogen’s industry growth instead of accelerating it.

Treasury Is Urged To Tighten Definition Of ‘Green’ Hydrogen

EI’s Dan Esposito says Treasury Department guidance could ensure the 45V clean hydrogen production tax credit could ensure green hydrogen growth.

Letting U.S. Green Hydrogen Use Existing Renewables ‘Could Increase Emissions By Factor Of Five’

EI’s Dan Esposito details how loose federal guidance on the 45V hydrogen tax credit could increase emissions even if using renewable energy.

EVs Just Got A Big Boost. We’re Going To Need A Lot More Chargers

EI’s Robbie Orvis and Dan O’Brien explain a lot of infrastructure, from public to home charging, needs to be worked out in order to successfully scale electric vehicle adoption.

Buy an electric vehicle now or wait? Here’s how to decide.

EI’s Sara Baldwin discusses how consumers can use federal electric vehicle tax credits to purchase a new car that saves money and cleans the air.

3 in 4 vehicles could be electric by 2050 if certain states follow California gasoline vehicle ban

EVs could make up 75% of US vehicles by 2050 if 16 states adopt California’s Advanced Clean Cars II rule.

Electrifying Cars Without Driving The Grid Off A Cliff

EI’s Sara Baldwin outlines how electric vehicle demand can be integrated into the grid to prevent new demand from causing power outages.

Delayed Piece Of EV Tax Credit Guidance Leaves Industry In Limbo

EI’s Robbie Orvis discusses how delayed federal EV tax credit guidance has left some parts of the auto industry in limbo.

Inside Biden’s Balancing Act On Ditching Coal

EI’s Mike O’Boyle says energy economics and new pollution standards could continue to push coal plants toward closure across the U.S.

EV Makers Must ‘Hit The Accelerator’ To Meet Demand

EI’s Sara Baldwin discusses how automakers can tap federal funds to increase electric vehicle manufacturing capacity.