Clean energy, yes. But divisions put Dems on different paths

EI’s Robbie Orvis and Designing Climate Solutions help explain whether presidential climate plans can decarbonize U.S. electricity.

No more fire in the kitchen: Cities are banning natural gas in homes to save the planet

EI’s Amanda Myers explains that the American Gas Association’s conclusion that buildings need to continue to rely on natural gas is based on unrealistic assumptions.

California’s Blackouts Could Make Fighting Climate Change Even Harder

EI’s Mike O’Boyle details how wildfires causing California’s blackouts could threaten the state’s climate goals by raising power prices.

Will Fed’s Lawsuit Targeting California’s Key Climate Change Policy Cost Polluters And Taxpayers?

EI’s Chris Busch details why California’s cap-and-trade program costs won’t rise in an article on the Trump administration’s legal challenge to the program.

Trudeau Takes Office As Trump Takes California-Quebec Climate Deal To Court

EI’s Chris Busch says Canada carbon pricing has a bright future even with Trump’s lawsuit challenge to the California-Quebec climate deal.

Great Lakes States Among Those Fighting Air Rules Change

EI modeling on economic impacts of Trump’s proposed federal fuel economy rollback is cited in an article discussing Great Lakes opposition to the move.

US Wind, Solar Finance Alternatives Rise As Sector Rushes Against Looming Tax Credit Expiration

EI’s Robbie Orvis outlines how much new wind and solar would be added to the U.S. as a result of extending federal solar and wind tax credits.

Utilities Are Promising Net Zero Carbon Emissions, But Don’t Expect Big Changes Soon

EI’s Mike O’Boyle says utility net zero pledges won’t result in actual emissions reductions if they continue to rely on coal and natural gas.

Economic Headwinds Fuel Suspicions About China’s CO2

EI’s Robbie Orvis outlines how China can cut emissions and save money in an article discussing research into the country’s energy policy options through 2050.

Blunt Warning Says Californians Must Step Up To Meet Climate Goals

EI’s Chris Busch is discusses policies needed to meet California’s climate goals in an article warning the state’s emissions reductions are off-track.