Refining Competitive Electricity Market Rules To Unlock Flexibility

EI’s Sonia Aggarwal and Robbie Orvis outline how to increase grid flexibility in competitive energy markets by refining market rules in Electricity Journal.

New Jersey Is Now The United States’ Hottest Clean Energy Economy

EI’s Mike O’Boyle and NJ Conservation Foundation’s Barb Blumenthal say New Jersey is the hottest U.S. clean energy market with a 50% renewable energy by 2030 goal as well as America’s most ambitious offshore wind and energy storage targets.

New Jersey (Re)emerges As A National Clean Energy Leader

EI’s Mike O’Boyle co-authors an editorial describing how New Jersey’s new clean energy legislation will help it re-emerge as a national leader on offshore wind, solar power, efficiency, and energy storage.

Uneconomic Coal Could Be Squeezed Out Of European Union Power Markets By 2030

EI’s Silvio Marcacci says economics and climate policies are squeezing European Union coal generation, closing power plants and threatening huge stranded asset costs. Coal could be completely uneconomic in the EU as soon as 2030.

ERCOT’s Summer Peak Demand Forecast: New Investment, Generator Profits, No Blackouts

EI’s Eric Gimon discusses how the ERCOT summer peak demand forecast will weather tight supply margins and attract new investment without suffering blackouts.

China’s All In On Electric Vehicles: Here’s How That Will Accelerate Sales In Other Nations.

EI’s Chris Busch explores how China’s expansion into the global electric vehicles market will accelerate EV sales in other nations by driving down prices and spurring manufacturing competition.

Electric Buses Can Save America’s Local Governments Billions: China’s Showing Us How It’s Done

EI’s Silvio Marcacci highlights the trend of America’s largest cities converting their bus fleets from diesel to electric buses because they could save billions in fuel costs, and says China may hold the key to electrifying U.S. bus fleets.

Tallying Up Winners and Losers From Trump’s Rollback of US GHG Emissions and Fuel Economy Standards

Former EPA official Margo Oge says despite businesses, consumers, and environmentalists warning the Trump Administration against overreach on clean car standards the winners and losers of Trump’s rollback haven’t been clear – until now.

America’s Utility Of The Future Forms Around Performance-Based Regulation

EI’s Sonia Aggarwal says America’s utility business model has changed but performance-based regulation is helping regulators and forward-looking utilities build an affordable, reliable, clean grid.

Is Offshore Wind About To Hit Cost-Competitiveness In New York And New England?

EI’s Mike O’Boyle says offshore wind may seem like a pricey option, but it’s actually an extremely valuable investment that’s about to reach cost-competitiveness in New York and New England, creating thousands of jobs along the way.