‘This Will Change The Nature Of Load’: What California’s Zero Emission Vehicle Order Means For The Power Sector

EI’s Amanda Myers says Governor Newsom’s new zero-emission vehicle target will increase electricity demand 9 percent by 2030, according to EI modeling, and the state will need to account for the increased demand in their planning processes.

China Says It Will Stop Releasing CO2 Within 40 Years

EI’s Fei Meng says China’s new carbon reduction commitment is very important because of China’s major economic and greenhouse gas emissions impact globally.

Deregulating Energy Monopolies In the Southeast

EI’s Mike O’Boyle is interviewed on a podcast discussing his recent research on the benefits of establishing a Southeast RTO.

California Governor Gavin Newsom’s Climate Change Fight Could Be Costly

EI’s Chris Busch discusses California cap and trade policy in an article exploring potential costs of state efforts to fight climate change.

How Does The U.S. Retire 236 GW Of Coal And 1,000 Gas Peaker Plants?

EI research on financial risk from natural gas peaker investments is cited in an article discussing how to shut down fossil fuel plants in the U.S.

How Much Investment Is Needed For A Clean Energy Future?

EI report shows transitioning the U.S. electricity sector to 90% clean energy by 2035 is operationally feasible, and possible without raising customer’s bills from today’s levels, but will require strong policies.

Berkeley study: 90% carbon-free electricity achievable by 2035

EI’s report detailing pathways to 90 percent clean electricity by 2035 is featured in a video with authors of the study explaining how a conversion to renewables is affordable and practical.

Energy News Network’s 2020 40 Under 40 Honorees

EI’s Vice President, Sonia Aggarwal, is recognized as a national leader for her work advancing the clean energy transformation.

Hydrogen, Carbon Capture Key To Net-Zero U.S. Electricity: Study

EI study shows five technological pathways to achieve 100 percent clean electricity in just 15 years without raising power costs.

How To Reform California’s Inadequate Resource Adequacy Regime

EI’s Eric Gimon says as solar power continues to undercut gas in price, the current planning paradigm for resource adequacy will have to change to better account for greater integration of renewables.