GEM in the News
Report: Transitioning to clean energy sources would have economic benefits for Michigan
The Holland Sentinel
January 23, 2022
A new report states Michigan would see $7.70 in public benefits for every $1 invested into transitioning into clean energy sources for utilities.
Mapping Tools Help Ohio Cities Chart Course for Environmental Justice
The Good Men Project
August 8, 2022
By layering multiple health, economic and environmental indicators, increasingly sophisticated digital mapping tools are helping cities and community groups identify and respond to environmental injustices.
New Data Shows Energy Burdens Across 50 Major Cities
December 20, 2021
Over 15 million households across the U.S. are severely energy burdened – meaning that they spend more than 10% of their yearly income on energy bills. The problem is growing as prices rise and supply chains reel from the global COVID-19 pandemic. And winter is coming.
Electric Shocks: The U.S. Cities Where People Are Spending the Most—and the Least—on Energy Bills
February 28, 2022
Climate change seems like an abstract concept—albeit an existentially scary one—to many Americans. What’s less abstract is skyrocketing energy costs.
The Interchange: Live At The Solar & Energy Storage Summit - Day 2 Recap [Bonus Episode]
The Interchange Recharged (Podcast)
June 9, 2022
Wood Mackenzie’s Solar Energy and Storage Summit is on now, and we’re bringing you all the action from 3 days of talks right here on The Interchange.
Host David Banmiller is live in San Diego, bringing you highlights from each day of the conference.
We're here on day 2 of the summit, and the focus of the day is on the ever-evolving connection between solar and storage. In this recap of the second day, David is joined by Bridget Van Dorsten, Hydrogen Research Analyst, to look at solar-to-hydrogen tech, Matt Cox from Greenlink Analytics to explore the ESG impact on projects in terms of job creation and the displacement of fossil fuels and Michelle Davis, Principle Analyst of Distributed Solar, to talk trends in the solar markets.