The Energy Transition S-Curve
A new report from the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Energy posits that a rapid, likely disruptive transition to the new energy era will mirror the classic technology growth curve.
The Gas Tipping Point
Two new RMI reports detail how clean energy resources beat new gas power plants on price, creating savings for consumers and risks for investors
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A Bridge Backward?
The Risky Economics of New Natural Gas Infrastructure in the United States
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Why Building Owners Should Care About Increasing EV Adoption
The electric vehicle (EV) revolution is well underway. But what does EV growth mean for commercial building owners?
Fire and Smoke
How Communities’ Health Suffers From Climate Change—And How the Energy Transition Can Help
Seattle City Light
Transportation Electrification Strategy Report