Speaking to Government Technology reporter James Osbourne, founder and CEO of EIRP Samuel Thernstrom commented on current carbon capture and hydrogen government tax credits and development.
Speaking to World Trade Online reporter Oliver Ward for a special report titled “Developing U.S. clean hydrogen strategy includes exports as a production catalyst,” EIRP President Paul Saunders commented on the future of hydrogen development in the U.S.
In this original report, EIRP President Paul J. Saunders assesses over 100 academic studies and government reports on solar and wind power and presents five key findings.
Leading environmental news site EcoWatch cites Samuel Thernstrom regarding the challenges to achieving a reliance on 100% renewable energy. He is quoted as saying that “we need a serious conversation about these issues to get there” but the conversation is “painfully slow and difficult.”
On July 30, 2019, EIRP President Paul Saunders spoke on a Center for the National Interest panel discussing US-China competition and energy policy. Saunders and George Mason University Professor Hart both agreed that technology innovation is key to combating climate change; however, they differed over the extent to which America is likely to be able to cooperate with China in addressing this global challenge.
Vox energy and climate writer David Roberts describes an EIRP literature review by MIT expert Jesse Jenkins and Samuel Thernstrom in the context of wider debates on energy and climate change.
The clean energy web site GreenBiz cited an EIRP research study on deep decarbonization of the power sector.
Kennedy Maize of POWER magazine cites a 2017 review of scientific literature on deep decarbonization by MIT researcher Jesse Jenkins and EIRP’s Samuel Thernstrom.
MIT scholar Jesse Jenkins shares an EIRP study on decarbonization, co-authored with Samuel Thernstrom, in this GreenTech Media podcast.
Vox writer Brad Plumer cites an EIRP review of decarbonization literature in his article “Nuclear power is Dying. Can radical innovation save it?”