Writing for Utility Dive, David Hart, professor of public policy at George Mason University and author of “Diversify, Domesticate, and Disrupt: Strengthening America’s Nascent Effort to Build a Resilient and Robust Solar PV Supply Chain,” discusses how the U.S. can improve upon the Inflation Reduction Act to create a stronger solar PV manufacturing policy. The paper is the first in EIRP’s U.S.-Korea Energy Series.
Writing in The National Interest, EIRP President Paul Saunders presented key findings from EIRP’s report “Toward an Indo-Pacific Clean Energy Framework.”
Writing in the September/October 2022 issue of The National Interest, Paul Saunders discusses energy, technology, and geopolitics–and argues that clean energy cooperation with key allies, such as Japan and Korea, can advance U.S. economic, political, and strategic interests.
Writing for The National Interest, EIRP President Paul Saunders argues that as U.S.-China competition intensifies, Washington should deepen its technology cooperation with South Korea, a key U.S. ally in the Indo-Pacific region.
Writing for Bloomberg, Samuel Thernstrom and David Garman outline a reform agenda for the Department of Energy to move the department beyond the Solyndra scandal and the troubled loan guarantee program by refocusing its work on basic and pre-commercial research into key energy technologies.
Saunders Explains Why the Climate Risk Disclosure Act Misses the Mark
Writing for MarketWatch, EIRP President Paul Saunders argues that Senator Elizabeth Warren’s Climate Risk Disclosure Act goes well beyond its name. Rather than protecting investors, the bill attempts to use the Securities and Exchange Commission to establish a price on carbon. That isn’t the …
EIRP President Paul J. Saunders argues in his recent op-ed that to promote deeper U.S.-China cooperation in combating climate change, advocates must demonstrate that economic and environmental benefits will be greater than the costs that come with the transfer of wealth and technology from the United States to China.
Writing for the prominent foreign policy magazine The National Interest, EIRP President Paul J. Saunders argues that energy innovation can contribute importantly to U.S. economic competitiveness and to America’s global leadership, especially in an era of growing great power competition with China.
Writing for the New York Times, MIT researcher Jesse Jenkins and EIRP CEO Sam Thernstrom report on their recent survey of research on decarbonization and its lessons for the Green New Deal.
Board member Steven Hayward described an EIRP cost assessment of advanced nuclear power for the conservative Powerline blog.