What We Work On
Building on peer-to-peer relationships, our team helps energy and air quality regulators and NGOs navigate the complexities of power sector policy, regulation, and markets.Learn More
Energy Efficiency 2.0: New Questions, Same Answer
As the price of solar and wind falls quickly, some are asking: Will energy efficiency always be the cheapest resource? How does it pair with increased electrification of heating and transportation? The answers are still unfolding, but it’s clear that we need to use every tool in our toolbox to make the clean energy transition effective—and that efficiency and renewables must go hand-in-hand in that transition.
Where We Work
We focus primarily on the world's four largest power markets: China, the European Union, India, and the United States.Learn More
Keys to integrating electric vehicles already in hand
In a guest article for Energy Post, Christos Kolokathis and Michael Hogan examine “sharing economy” models, such as Uber and Airbnb, to address this burning question. They recommend tapping into unused capacity on the existing European electricity distribution networks to drive successful integration of electric vehicles. Key to this route are appropriate pricing and smart technology deployment.