An Energy Wish List For Congress

EI’s Hal Harvey lays out an energy wish list for Congress to consider including R+D funding, renewable energy tax incentives, offshore wind, grid expansion, and coal transition efforts.

How Utilities Can Swap Coal Debt For Clean Energy Equity

APP’s Ron Lehr outlines financial tools which swap coal debt for clean energy equity to help utilities retire uneconomic coal generation early.

How Market Rules Are Holding Back Energy Storage

EI’s Eric Gimon says outdated U.S. wholesale power market rules are preventing energy storage from reaching its full market potential.

Navigating Utility Business Model Reform: A Practical Guide

EI’s Mike O’Boyle details practical approaches to utility business model reform in an era of cheaper clean energy resources.

Oregon Clean Energy Jobs Bill: An Economic Engine And A Decarbonization Catalyst

EI’s Silvio Marcacci says the Oregon Clean Energy Jobs Bill could cut state emissions 80% and generate hundreds of millions in clean energy investment.

U.S. Offshore Wind Will Be Bigger Than You Think

EI’s Mike O’Boyle cites price declines and ambitious state targets to detail why the U.S. offshore wind market will be bigger than expected.

How The Green New Deal’s 100% Renewable Energy Goal Could Be Achieved

EI’s Robbie Orvis outlines how the Green New Deal’s 100% renewable energy goal could be achieved with a handful of key policies.

Closing Colorado Coal Would Save $2.5 Billion. A New Proposal Could Unlock The Coal-To-Clean Shift.

EI’s Silvio Marcacci says retiring Colorado coal plants could save $2.5 billion and a proposal in the state legislature could generate private investment to help utilities close plants while funding economic transition.

Climate Triage: Swift Action Is Required To Save Humanity from Dangerous Global Warming

EI’s Robbie Orvis says we’re in a state of “climate triage” where policymakers must assume the role of an ER doctor to prevent dangerous global warming.

Oregon Poised To Ride “Green” Wave For Climate Action

EI’s Hal Harvey says Oregon can ride a national “green wave” of voter sentiment to a zero-carbon economy through statewide carbon pricing and four policies.