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.
EI’s Hal Harvey is quoted in an article discussing Trump’s EPA threatening California over air quality after revoking its ability to set clean air standards.
EI’s Eric Gimon discusses power market pricing in an article exploring how solar power was a winner in Texas’ ERCOT summer season.
Trump revoking California emissions waiver will cost consumers billions, dramatically increase emissions, and fracture the U.S. auto market, writes EI’s Megan Mahajan.
EI’s Jeff Rissman and Robbie Orvis are cited in an article discussing how China is on track to lead on climate change earlier than expected.
EI’s Sonia Aggarwal outlines how building electrification could add hundreds of millions of thermal batteries to the U.S. grid.
EI’s Robbie Orvis says the rush to invest in U.S. LNG imports could be a risky economic move for Asia’s utilities and policymakers.
EI’s Mike O’Boyle discusses energy economics in an article highlighting closures among America’s mega-emitter coal plants.
EI’s Amanda Myers discusses transportation sector implications of New York’s ambitious climate policy proposal to cut emissions 85% by 2050.
EI’s Megan Mahajan discusses new modeling showing Trump’s clean car rollback will cost U.S. consumers up to $400 billion and increase transport emissions 10%
Wholesale Electricity Market Design For Rapid Decarbonization: Adding New Long-Term Markets To Today’s Spot Markets
Three analysts say a hybrid approach can resolve the problems facing wholesale electricity markets stuck between fossil fuels and clean energy.
EI’s Amanda Myers says city bans on natural gas mean state regulators must embrace building electrification through smart policy decisions.
EI’s Eric Gimon outlines how smart policy can overcome barriers on the grid to 100% clean energy targets to achieve a paradigm shift in the US power system.
EI’s coal cost crossover report is cited in an article outlining why the “war on coal” is not the reason coal plants are closing.
EI’s Mike O’Boyle says cheap clean energy prices make natural gas a risky economic bet for utilities, risking climate change and stranded assets.
EI’s Silvio Marcacci says states targeting 100% clean energy face wholesale electricity markets built around fossil fuels that aren’t designed to handle the influx of clean resources.
EI’s Silvio Marcacci says a new approach could help tap 17.6 TWh of Native American solar energy potential, making tribal communities more resilient and adding good jobs.
EI’s Mike O’Boyle discusses a hidden billion-dollar coal bailout: Self-committing, or utilities scheduling uneconomic coal-fired plants to run at a loss even when cheaper electricity is available.
EI’s Silvio Marcacci outlines how global insurers are funding coal power projects even though they face an “existential threat” from climate change.
EI’s Megan Mahajan says Mexico climate policy can cut emissions 31% by 2030 while saving $5 billion in overall costs and preventing more than 26,000 premature deaths.