EI’s Mike O’Boyle explains new research showing China does not need to build any of its planned new coal to provide reliability, but that the country can transition faster to clean energy without compromising reliability or affordability, even accounting for economic growth and widespread electrification.
EI’s Dan Esposito highlights three reasons why a clean electricity standard should be a bipartisan policy including major benefits for red and purple states, protections for working families, and broad public and business support.
EI’s Sarah Spengeman explains why a national clean electricity standard would significantly reduce toxic air pollution that harms health and save thousands of lives, while also revitalizing pollution-burdened communities.
EI’s Sara Baldwin explains how smart policy can accelerate the EV transition, make electric vehicles as convenient and affordable as their gas counterparts, and ensure EVs are powered with clean electricity.
EI’s Sarah Spengeman says a national clean electricity standard would invest in the infrastructure we need to rapidly cut harmful fossil fuel emissions and protect our health, while also creating jobs and addressing longstanding injustices.
EI’s Mike O’Boyle explains new analysis from Morgan Stanley demonstrating why coal-heavy utilities have the most to gain from supporting a national clean electricity standard and may even have a fiduciary duty to support federal clean electricity mandates, if it means higher returns.
EI’s Sara Baldwin says prioritizing clean homes, transportation, and electricity will benefit Utahns where they live and put America on the path to economic recovery and a healthier future.
EI’s Mike O’Boyle says to succeed in the global economy and create good-paying clean energy jobs in the United States, we must pass significantly more support for clean energy industries as laid out in President Biden’s American Jobs Plan.
Biden’s Proposed Investments in America’s Homes Are a No-Brainer for Economic Recovery, Public Health and Climate Stability
EI’s Sara Baldwin explains why the American Jobs Plan’s proposed $213 billion investment to build and retrofit 2 million affordable and sustainable places to live, including building 1 million new electrified homes, would put Americans to work and curb rising utility bills for consumers, while also making homes more comfortable and reducing harmful pollution.
Biden’s American Jobs Plan Would Supercharge Our Grid Via Hundreds Of Thousands Of Jobs, Billions In Savings, And Increased Reliability Against Extreme Weather
EI’s Eric Gimon explains how the American Jobs Plan’s investments in inter-regional electric transmission would position the U.S. for success in the 21st century, create hundreds of thousands of jobs for the folks that build it, while providing cheaper, cleaner electricity, and bolstering electricity system reliability.