EI research finds that most electric vehicle models are cheaper than their gasoline counterparts in almost every state the day they’re driven off the lot.
EI’s Shelley Wenzel explains Oregon has long been a climate leader, but now is not the time for policymakers to rest on their laurels if the state is meet its greenhouse gas reduction goals.
EI research finds that owning an EV can save consumers an average of $6,000 over the vehicle’s lifetime.
EI’s Chris Busch explains that California’s carbon market so far has not been a driver of deep decarbonization.
EI’s Dan Esposito explains that gas utilities find hydrogen attractive from an investment standpoint because it largely allows them to continue business-as-usual, even if it doesn’t cut many emissions.
EI’s Chris Busch explains that as the world’s largest greenhouse gas emitter, the success or failure of China’s emission trading system will help determine the future of climate change.
EI’s Mike O’Boyle explains that now is the ideal time to transition to clean energy sources rather than increasing our dependence of foreign fossil fuels.
So Much For Coal’s Rebound– Plant Closures Come Roaring Back. It’s Time To Unlock A Just Transition.
EI’s Silvio Marcacci explains that while coal rebounded in 2021, it was a temporary blip that has already started to reverse rather than the start of a long-term trend.
EI’s Robbie Orvis says we cannot meet decarbonization goals without PJM speeding up the interconnection process to bring new renewables online.
EI’s Robbie Orvis joins Ed Crooks and Dr. Melissa Lott to discuss Build Back Better and federal climate policy, policies to drive electric vehicle demand, and opportunities for recycling batteries and other clean energy materials.
EI’s Sarah Spengeman says Illinois’ Climate and Equitable Jobs Act is comprehensive climate legislation designed to advance racial equity and economic justice that other states should follow.
EI’s Robbie Orvis discusses progress the Biden administration made toward its climate goals in 2021 and the outlook for 2021.
2022 Energy Predictions: Coal Decline Accelerates, Federal Funds Spur Clean Energy, Millions Of New Electric Vehicles And Chargers
EI’s Silvio Marcacci interviews five experts to predict 2022’s major energy stories including coal’s accelerating decline, federal investments expanding clean energy and the grid, and millions of new electric vehicles on U.S. roads.
EI’s research finds electric vehicles are cheaper to own the day they’re driven off the lot in many states.
EI research finds owning an electric vehicle versus a gas-powered cars saves owners an average of $6,000 over the vehicle’s lifetime.
EI research finds the monthly payments on electric vehicles are usually more affordable than comparable gasoline models.
EI’s Robbie Orvis explains electric vehicles are often more economic from the day they’re driven off the lot compared to gasoline-powered counterparts.
EI’s Robbie Orvis provides insights on hydrogen development, potential solar tariffs, and the prospects for the Build Back Better climate provisions.
EI’s Anand Gopal explains further policy action is needed because at present time there is no way to monetize atmospheric carbon removal.
EI’s Dan Esposito explains that while hydrogen is an important tool to cut emissions for some sectors, it’s the wrong strategy to cut greenhouse gases from buildings and power generation.