EI’s Hal Harvey explains how public utilities commissioners are an often overlooked but key resource for fighting climate change.
Energy Innovation staff provide an overview of the Energy Policy Simulator 2.0 model, which provides exciting new energy and climate policy modeling options, including how to reach net zero emissions.
EI’s Hal Harvey details how continually improving fuel efficiency standards and electric vehicles can accelerate toward a zero-carbon transportation sector.
EI’s Hal Harvey details how a zero-carbon grid enables deep decarbonization across the entire economy in power, transportation, buildings, and industry.
EI’s Hal Harvey says China’s action to address climate change have geopolitical benefits as well as sustainability ones, and can benefit other countries.
EI’s Robbie Orvis outlines the policies that can put us on the path to a low-carbon future through “four zeros” in power, transportation, buildings, and industry in an Elders for Climate Action webinar.
EI’s Hal Harvey testifies to Congress on climate policy to solve the climate crisis by reducing carbon pollution to net-zero while creating economic growth.
EI’s Hal Harvey outlines the policies to put us on the path to a low-carbon future through “four zeros” in power, transportation, buildings, and industry at a Stanford University speech
EI’s Hal Harvey outlines his “Four Zero” approach to preventing dangerous climate change in four primary energy sectors of the economy at a Harvard University speech.
EI’s Sonia Aggarwal says fast-falling renewable energy and storage costs make them cheaper than coal and a potential backbone of energy systems.