Three teams of energy system experts, using three different optimization models of California’s electricity system, sought to quantify the costs of a number of different future scenarios for new sources
Nuclear energy is an important part of the global clean energy supply, providing nearly one-third of the world’s non-emitting electricity and complementing and enabling other clean energy sources, including renewables.
America has lost its competitive global position as the world leader in nuclear energy to state-owned enterprises, notably Russia and China, with other competitor nations also aggressively moving to surpass
The Green Real Deal (GRD) is an actionable framework for meeting deep decarbonization of energy and associated systems by midcentury in ways that minimize costs, maximize economic opportunities, accelerate solutions,
Mitigating climate change while fueling economic growth requires decarbonizing the electricity sector at reasonable cost. Some strategies focus on wind and solar energy, supported by energy storage and demand flexibility.