Within-household substitution between vehicles could undermine the environmental benefits of EVs. I got interested in how multi-vehicle households use EVs, because — from a carbon emissions perspective– we care not … Continue Reading Three Facts About EVs and Multi-Vehicle Households
When complex regulations meet power markets, be sure to read the fine print. The next big push in climate policy in the US appears to be coalescing around a clean … Continue Reading The Clean Electricity Payment Plan: How Exactly Is This Supposed to Work?
When it comes to electrification, all energy prices matter. While a lot of behavior that harms the environment is due to misguided libertarianism or selfishness, much of it also comes … Continue Reading Decarbonization Will Require Pricing Reform
Electrifying light-duty trucks will lower the cost of the electric vehicle transition, according to new research. In the early 2000s, the Hummer became a symbol of cars at their environmental … Continue Reading A Pick Up for the Electric Vehicle Market
Encouraging new evidence on eVMT. Today’s post is co-authored with Duncan Callaway The parking lot at our Berkeley grocery store, the one with kombucha on tap, is increasingly populated with … Continue Reading Tesla Miles Traveled
We need more and better charging infrastructure to win over electric vehicle skeptics. “Excuse me, do you know the way to the clean energy transition?” Source: ABC The best way … Continue Reading The Road to Electrification is Paved with Convenient Chargers
Accounting for equity in social cost calculations has huge consequences. I have been really uncool for most of my life and continue to be proud of that fact. All the … Continue Reading Shouldn’t We Weight?