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The Inflation Reduction Act includes a little-known provision that reinvests in energy communities while reducing carbon emissions.
New data on power purchased by utilities, in addition to the electricity they generate, yields a more complete picture of total generation and related emissions of the largest US regulated utilities.
Wind and solar projects in Texas have avoided $20 million per day in fuel costs to meet electricity demand.
Exploring the feasibility of a regulatory innovation that could help keep utility rates affordable through the clean energy transition.
Doubling down on fossil fuels is a misguided and costly way to try to avoid the kinds of grid issues now being faced in Texas.
You don’t have to be an economist to know that inflation is one of the chief financial challenges facing Americans today. Key indicators point to energy prices as a principal driver of the increased cost…
“Cost sharing” between customers and their utilities could have saved ratepayers at least $2 billion during the height of the pandemic.