Archive for year: 2023
|The EV Revolution: Cost, Performance, Safety, and Environmental Impacts
January 24, 2023 by Michael Brower
What do EVs really have to offer if you’re among the majority of Americans who would find it challenging to purchase a Tesla? This blog, the first in a series on the topic of EVs and equity, begins to explore this question by looking at cost, safety, and environmental impacts.
|Looking Back: Five Energy Equity Takeaways from 2022
January 18, 2023 by Seth Mullendore
Major new legislation is poised to usher in a wave of additional federal support for the clean energy transition, and many state policies, programs, and planning processes are incorporating stronger language to prioritize energy equity, but 2022 also saw the rise of false solutions and emerging battlelines as fossil-fuel interests fight to remain relevant.
|The Top Five Fossil Fuel Industry Myths about Hydrogen
January 4, 2023 by Abbe Ramanan
In a recent webinar, speakers Sean O’Leary from the Ohio River Valley Institute, Erik Schlenker-Goodrich from the Western Environmental Law Center, and CEG’s Abbe Ramanan discussed the pervasive greenwashing of hydrogen.