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E3 Highlights Need for Gas Transition Strategy in California E3 Highlights Need for Gas Transition Strategy in California

A new E3 study for the California Energy Commission demonstrates why the state needs a…

E3 Develops Performance Incentive Mechanisms for Decarbonization in Minnesota E3 Develops Performance Incentive Mechanisms for Decarbonization in Minnesota

Xcel Energy’s announcement, late last year, of a 100% carbon-free goal by midcentury and an…

E3 Examines Role of Nuclear Power in a Deeply Decarbonized Pacific Northwest E3 Examines Role of Nuclear Power in a Deeply Decarbonized Pacific Northwest

Following 2019 Washington state legislation calling for emissions-free electricity by 2045, E3 recently investigated the…

Minnesota Storage Economics: Solar + Storage Now, Stand-Alone in 2025 Minnesota Storage Economics: Solar + Storage Now, Stand-Alone in 2025

In response to state legislation passed last year, E3 recently completed a Minnesota energy storage…

Viewpoint: A Smart Transition to 100% Clean Energy Viewpoint: A Smart Transition to 100% Clean Energy

In a recent opinion
piece for UtilityDive, E3’s Arne Olson and Dan Mullen argue that a
smart…

E3 Projects Substantial Capacity Shortfall in the Pacific Northwest E3 Projects Substantial Capacity Shortfall in the Pacific Northwest

A new E3 study finds that the Pacific Northwest faces a near-term capacity shortage of…

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