Washington And Nevada Join The Swelling List Of States Aiming For 100% Clean Power

EI’s Mike O’Boyle discusses political support for 100% clean power targets in an article discussing two new statewide mandates.

How Nuclear Plants Are Gaming Climate-Change Rules

EI’s coal cost crossover report is cited in an article discussing how state-level subsidies to prop up uneconomic nuclear plants are gaming clean energy mandates.

Amazon Cozies Up To Oil And Gas, While Lagging Peers On Renewables

EI’s coal cost crossover research is featured in a discussion of coal industry efforts to prop up uneconomic plants closing due to cheap renewables.

Renewables Gain In Once Coal-Heavy States

EI’s coal cost crossover research is featured in an article discussing coal retirements due to economic forces in formerly coal-heavy states.

Renewables Are Pulling Ahead In Formerly Coal-Heavy States

EI’s coal cost crossover research is featured in an article discussing renewable energy pushing coal generation offline in fossil-fuel dependent states.

Minnesota Must Aggressively Move To Less-Costly Renewables

EI’s coal cost crossover research is cited in an editorial urging Minnesota to adopt renewable energy and address climate change.

Out-Of-State Coal Interests Are Funding A Battle To Keep Indiana Coal Plants From Closing

EI’s Mike O’Boyle discusses coal economics in an article outlining out-of-state efforts to prevent uneconomic Indiana coal plants from closing.

Solar Energy: American Cities Doubled Their Capacity Over the Past 5 Years

EI’s coal cost crossover report is included in a story discussing increasing solar energy deployment across U.S. cities since 2013.

McNamee Should Sit Out FERC ‘Grid Resilience’ Ruling

EI’s coal cost crossover report is featured in an article opposing Commissioner Bernard McNamee’s involvement in the pending FERC grid resilience ruling.

“Innovation”: The Latest GOP Smokescreen On Climate Change Policy

EI’s Hal Harvey is quoted in an article discussing why calls for energy technology innovation are misleading without market-based policy solutions.