‘He Wants To Own It.’ Will Bezos Buy The Climate Movement?

EI’s Hal Harvey discusses the policy implications of Jeff Bezos’ $10 billion climate change philanthropy fund announcement.

Energy Innovation CEO Hal Harvey: Climate Solutions Are At Our Fingertips

EI’s Hal Harvey says climate solutions are proven, reliable, and ready to be implemented, especially in buildings, transportation, and the electrical grid.

Electric Vehicles Can Help California Hit 2030 Emissions Reduction Target

This Q&A with EI’s Chris Busch focuses on how electric vehicles, among other policy solutions, can help California meet its 2030 emissions reduction target.

State regulators need cyclical reviews to get the most out of utility performance incentive mechanisms: Report

Utility Dive covers EI’s and ACEEE’s new research on novel state approaches to utility performance incentive mechanisms to reduce energy demand.

Power to the people: Bernie calls for federal takeover of electricity production

EI’s Sonia Aggarwal weighs in on what it will take to achieve Bernie Sanders’s electricity plan – includign tripling our wind and solar deployment rate.

A Seven-Mile Gas Pipeline Outside Albany Has Activists up in Arms

A new gas pipeline has activists up in arms. EI’s Mike O’Boyle explains why it pays for utilities to claim demand is growing and invest in pipelines.

2020 Outlook: New state action on customer empowering rate designs and business models

EI’s Mike O’Boyle explains how state action will pave the way for new rate designs and utility business models in 2020, benefiting customers.

Major Ariz. utility vows to ditch coal and go carbon-free

EI’s Mike O’Boyle shares his opinion on Arizona utility APS announcement it will be carbon free by 2050, explaining the move reflects economics.

Reporter’s Toolbox: New Resources Help Improve Climate Coverage

EI is featured as a useful resource for journalists in this piece spotlighting resources to improve climate change coverage.

Renewable Sources Could Drive Strength in Energy Sector

EI’s Coal Cost Crossover finding that 74% of US coal was at risk from local renewables in 2018 is quoted as support an optimistic renewables forecast.