Energy Innovation has identified the policy pathway to economy-wide U.S. net zero emissions by 2050: This article explores industry decarbonization.
EI’s Megan Mahajan details the policies that can help China peak its emissions by 2030 and generate $560 billion net economic savings by 2050.
Argentina May Be the Hottest Renewable Energy Market You Haven’t Heard Of. Can It Spur a Global Boom?
EI’s Silvio Marcacci details how Argentina unlocked its renewable energy potential to add 6.5GW and $7.5 billion investment in three years.
EI’s Mike O’Boyle says by continuing to run and build uneconomic fossil fuel plants, Southeast U.S. utilities cost consumers millions and risk billions in stranded assets.
EI’s Jeff Rissman says hydrogen is a key emerging decarbonization technology, and could become a $130 billion U.S. industry while cutting emissions by 2050.
California Electric Vehicle Exports, Already Valued At $3 Billion In 2018, Expected To Hit $3.4 Billion In 2019
EI’s Chris Busch says data shows California electric vehicle exports, already one of the states most valuable industries, could hit $3.4 billion in value during 2019.
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.