Opinion: Cement Is A Big Part Of The Carbon Problem. Here’s How To Make It Part Of The Solution

EI’s Jeff Rissman discusses how the manufacturing of cement emits 8 percent of carbon dioxide pollution globally, but that it can be mitigated with new technologies.

U.S. Gas Prices Could Spike 14% Without Biden’s Pause On New LNG Export Terminals

EI’s Silvio Marcacci explains how new EI analysis shows that the LNG export terminal pause could insulate American consumers from up to $18 billion in annual energy costs.

Loose 45V Guidance Would Backfire On Taxpayers, Clean Hydrogen, And Climate

EI’s Dan Esposito explains why the 45V clean hydrogen tax credit has been framed as a debate and why many developers agree on implementing strong guardrails for a lasting hydrogen industry.

Texas Freeze: ERCOT Can Do Better Than Counting On Failure-Prone Gas

EI’s Anand Gopal discusses how the free market orientation of Texas’ electricity system positions it to make more electricity from renewables than any other state.

New Federal Programs Could Ease High Home Heating Bills

EI’s Michelle Solomon details how energy insecurity disproportionately impacts low-income households and can lead to injuries caused by using secondary heat sources.

Electric Vehicle Tax In Pennsylvania Would Punish Drivers For Being Responsible

EI’s Greg Alvarez discusses how the proposed tax on electric vehicles in Pennsylvania will further discourage the transition to cleaner and cheaper transportation.

Zero-Carbon Industry: Navigating The Clean Industrial Revolution

EI’s Jeff Rissman discusses how a global transition to zero-carbon industry has begun. New technologies and policies can help businesses thrive in the clean industrial revolution.

Floatovoltaics Could Help The Southwest Generate Power And Conserve Water

EI’s Rachel Goldstein addresses the potential for floating solar panels to be implemented in the United States following successful large-scale deployment in Asia.

2024 Energy Predictions: Rural Renewables, 45V Hydrogen Fight, Election Year Electric Vehicles, Carbon Utilization Investment, Real Estate Boom For EV Chargers

EI’s Silvio Marcacci discusses clean energy predictions for 2024 after a historic year for climate policy.

In 2023, The United States Started Building Big Again, Thanks To Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act

EI’s Jack Conness discusses the clean energy surge that occurred in 2023 thanks to the Biden Administration’s Inflation Reduction Act and the growing demand for clean energy technology.