To Meet Climate Goals, China Needs To Phase In Electric Vehicles Much Faster

EI’s Chris Busch explains that even though China is the world’s largest electric vehicle buyer, the clean transportation transition still needs to move much faster in order to meet climate targets.

Achieving Climate Goals In Minnesota, Michigan, And Wisconsin

EI’s Olivia Ashmoore explains five key policies are key to any state decarbonization effort, no matter a state’s emissions profile.

Accelerating Clean Energy In China: Q+A With Expert Jiang Lin

EI’s Mike O’Boyle looks at what can be done to speed up the clean energy transition in the world’s largest emitter.

Clean Cars Victory Will Push Va. Forward

EI’s Dan O’Brien explains Virginia’s strong transportation emissions standards will create cleaner air, improve public health, and save households money.

To Slash Emissions, States Must Pass These Five Policies

EI’s Robbie Orvis explains no matter a state’s emissions profile, five core policies form the basis for any serious decarbonization effort.

Switch To Clean Energy And Bring $15 Billion To Utah’s Coal Communities

EI’s Sara Baldwin explains that building new local wind, solar, and storage is cheaper than continuing to run Utah’s remaining coal plants, and doing so will create jobs and investment opportunities in coal communities.

Five Powerhouse Climate Policies Can Rapidly Slash Emissions And Strengthen The Economy In Any State

EI’s Sarah Spengeman explains no matter a state’s unique emissions profile, five core policies are the foundation of cutting emissions and boosting the economy across all 48 contiguous states.

A Double Whammy: Wildfire Debris Pollutes Drinking Water

EI’s Alex Urquhart explains that while wildfires garner most of the attention, long-term impacts to drinking water can be highly damaging and expensive.

99 Percent Of Coal Plants Are More Expensive Than Renewables. A Coal-To-Clean Transition Is Worth $589 Billion, Mostly In Red States

EI’s Eric Gimon explains the job creation and economic opportunities that would come from replacing uneconomic coal plants with wind and solar would largely accrue in red states.

When Denver Temperatures Plunged Below Zero, My Heat Pump Kept My Home At 70

EI’s Dan Esposito explains myths about heat pumps not working in extreme cold are unfounded, as his heat pump kept his Denver-area home warm when temperatures plunged to -15, without any natural gas backup.