EI’s Hal Harvey details how the recently released Congressional climate plan could recharge the U.S. economy and fight climate change.
EI’s Mike O’Boyle explains how “Solar for Coal” Swaps could refinance 26 GW of existing uneconomic coal plants, using private capital to fund community-level investment for publicly-owned cooperative retail utilities, while supporting local economic development.
Building Decarbonization Cuts Pollution And Boosts The Economy. Here’s How State Regulators Can Accelerate Both
EI’s Silvio Marcacci interviews Sherri Billimoria, lead author of Rocky Mountain Institute’s recent report, Regulatory Solutions for Building Decarbonization, about the report’s recommended regulatory reforms required for building decarbonization.
EI’s Eric Gimon explains why the clean energy industry must address concerns about resource adequacy, while innovating new planning models that allow for a diverse set of clean energy technologies to compete on equal footing.
EI’s Amanda Myers interviews Pearl Street Station’s executive director Albert Lin about why utilities are better suited than other industries to weather COVID-19 uncertainties and what that means for the clean energy transition.
EI’s CEO Hal Harvey and Yunshi Wang, director of the China Center for Energy and Transportation at UC Davis, discuss how California can lead global transportation electrification despite the Administration’s clean car rollbacks and isolationism.
Congressional Climate Crisis Action Plan Would Decarbonize U.S., Add $8 Trillion In Benefits By 2050
EI’s Megan Mahajan discusses modeling that finds the Select Committee’s Climate Crisis Action Plan will achieve net zero U.S. emissions and deliver $8 trillion in health and climate benefits by 2050.
EI’s Chris Busch explains why California’s proposed Advanced Clean Trucks rule could save up to $12 billion dollars, while delivering major public health and climate benefits to the state.
EI’s Hal Harvey says strengthening electrification policies can help California meet its climate goals while creating an additional $22 billion in economic and social benefits by 2030.
EI’s CEO Hal Harvey explains why a targeted, realistic strategy is the most effective and fastest way to reduce emissions.