It depends on whether it’s winter and whether you’re poor. Coauthored with Ed Rubin. There are many ways to scramble an egg. Thomas Keller, Gordon Ramsey and Alice Waters all … Continue Reading How Much Do Residential Consumers Respond to the Price of Natural Gas?
20% of industrial consumers adopted a new energy efficiency software tool. If you had asked me 10 years ago where I thought there were more opportunities for energy efficiency improvements … Continue Reading Are We Promoting the Right Kind of Energy Efficiency?
Governments should use markets and infrastructure to achieve their phase-out targets. I recently spent a week with executives from Electricite de France (EDF). That meant I heard a lot about … Continue Reading Killing Nuclear and Coal the European Way
California utilities have lost $20 billion in market value since the wildfires began. The horrific wildfires in Northern California’s Wine Country in October and then in Southern California in December … Continue Reading What Does the Stock Market Tell Us about the California Wildfires?
Because electricity is not priced optimally, we all pay for excessive Bitcoin mining. (This post is coauthored with Catherine Wolfram) You may be reading this blog post in your dorm … Continue Reading Bitcoins Should Be Called BTUcoins, and That’s a Problem
Unused allowances are not an existential threat to the state’s market for greenhouse gases Today’s blog is co-authored with fellow EI blogger, Jim Bushnell. One of the most prominent and most … Continue Reading California’s Carbon Cap is Not in Jeopardy, Because It’s Not Really a Cap
The Energy Institute at Haas strives to bridge the gap between the frontiers of economics and the marketplace. We do this through our working paper series, advice to policymakers, and … Continue Reading Top 10 Blog Posts of 2017