This research review details financial, racial, and partisan rates of rooftop solar adoption across the United States and recommendations to overcome these divides.
This research review says that while data center energy usage is lower than estimated, clean energy technology must reduce their growing climate impact.
This research review discusses how building electrification can rapidly reduce emissions while transitioning to a power sector supplied by renewable energy.
EI CEO Hal Harvey highlights a research paper series exploring how wholesale electricity markets, which serve 2/3 of the U.S., can be reformed to rapidly decarbonize the grid at lowest cost.
New EI research shows that U.S. coal generation is at a “coal cost crossover” point where the all-in costs of building new renewables is less than the operating costs of nearly all existing coal-fired power plants.
EI’s Eric Gimon says outdated U.S. wholesale power market rules are preventing energy storage from reaching its full market potential.
The “steel for fuel” strategy is an increasingly appealing method for hitting the sweet spot on risk, return and scale for utility customers and investors.
EI’s Mike O’Boyle says widespread beneficial electrification requires anticipating and removing technical and institutional barriers to take full advantage of technological trends.
APP Director Sonia Aggwarwal outlines how billions in coal and nuclear bailout funds would be better spent by proactively supporting communities affected by uneconomic plant closures.
APP contributor Alex Daue outlines how a smart planning process means regional power line projects to support clean energy generation can be built without sacrificing environmental protection.