EI’s Amanda Myers explains why building codes are a powerful tool for reducing building sector emissions, while helping drive economy-wide decarbonization, and highlights California’s upcoming opportunity to adopt an all-electric building code.
EI’s Mike O’Boyle outlines why utilities cannot build planned natural gas plants if they want to meet net zero goals and avoid financial risk.
EI’s Mike O’Boyle and Silvio Marcacci explain how securitized bonds can help clean energy resources overcome monopoly utility incentives to continue earning on uneconomic coal plants by paying down unrecovered coal plant balances at substantial consumer savings.
EI’s Chris Busch explains why electric vehicles are poised to be California’s top export in 2020, providing a case study in how smart clean energy policy can accelerate economic growth and job creation.
California Won’t Achieve Its New Zero-Emission Vehicle Goal Until Multi-Unit Dwellers Can Access Electric Vehicle Charging
EI’s Amanda Myers explains practical solutions for expanding access to electric vehicle charging for residents of multi-unit dwellings in California to achieve the state’s clean transportation, public health, and equity goals.
EI’s Silvio Marcacci explains a bipartisan, cost-effective strategy that creates jobs for displaced workers while stemming methane emissions.
EI’s Sonia Aggarwal says renewables are not to blame for California blackout, but better planning, increased investment in clean energy, and a regional grid will improve reliability as weather extremes become the new normal.
Seven Policies To Tap U.S. Offshore Wind’s $166 Billion Economic Growth And Emissions Reduction Potential
EI’s Amanda Myers explains top policies to capitalize on the potential of offshore wind to stimulate billions of dollars in economic growth, create high-wage jobs, and achieve climate goals.
EI’s Sarah Spengeman explains how introducing a competitive wholesale electricity market for the Southeast would save $384 billion dollars, create 400,000 jobs, and reduce power sector emissions 37% as all uneconomic coal is retired and 149 GW of renewables are added to the grid by 2040.
Plummeting Renewable Energy, Battery Prices Mean China Could Hit 62% Clean Power And Cut Costs 11% By 2030
EI’s Silvio Marcacci explains how plummeting renewable costs combined with smart policy design can achieve a low-carbon electricity future for the world’s largest emitter.