Trump revoking California emissions waiver will cost consumers billions, dramatically increase emissions, and fracture the U.S. auto market, writes EI’s Megan Mahajan.
Trump’s antitrust investigation into an agreement between automakers and California into fuel efficient vehicles is unwarranted, says EPA veteran Margo Oge.
Autonomous bus rapid transit systems could help solve urban traffic woes and decarbonization challenges, while creating more space in our cities.
EI’s Sonia Aggarwal outlines how building electrification could add hundreds of millions of thermal batteries to the U.S. grid.
EI’s Megan Mahajan details the economic and emissions impacts of Trump’s proposed federal vehicle standards rollback in Axios.
EI’s Robbie Orvis says the rush to invest in U.S. LNG imports could be a risky economic move for Asia’s utilities and policymakers.
EI’s Megan Mahajan discusses new modeling showing Trump’s clean car rollback will cost U.S. consumers up to $400 billion and increase transport emissions 10%
Wholesale Electricity Market Design For Rapid Decarbonization: Adding New Long-Term Markets To Today’s Spot Markets
Three analysts say a hybrid approach can resolve the problems facing wholesale electricity markets stuck between fossil fuels and clean energy.
Two analysts say a decentralized approach can resolve the problems facing wholesale electricity markets stuck between fossil fuels and clean energy.
Margo Oge says now that automakers have joined California to oppose the Trump clean cars rollback, the rest of the auto industry should join them.