HOT AIR ABOUT CHEAP NATURAL GAS
Recent articles have posited that natural gas is so cheap and plentiful that it will threaten the long-term development of renewable energy. While today's carbon reduction benefits of natural gas are promising, RMI believes that the role of natural gas in our electricity future is pretty different from its current role as one of the dominant primary sources of energy. Rather, natural gas will be most valuable to serve as a transition fuel to renewables, and as a source of electricity system flexibility.
Learn more about RMI's position on natural gas here.
A NEW ELECTRICITY PARADIGM
Watch to learn more about eLab: a new model for innovation and collaboration to change our electricity system to one that is cleaner, more reliable, and customer-friendly.
The UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation is exploring how to make electric vehicle charging accessible and affordable through two new reports. Increasing Electric Vehicle Charging Access in Multi-Unit Dwellings and Financial Viability of Non-Residential EV Charging Stations provide information to drive Los Angeles closer to their ambitious EV adoption targets.
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