The U.S. government should triple its annual investment in energy innovation over the next five years to speed clean energy transitions around the world and build advanced-energy industries at home.
October 26, 2017
When it comes to wind energy, some in Nebraska say “not in my backyard” (also known as NIMBY). But state decisionmakers should also consider those who welcome wind energy with a “please in my backyard” (or PIMBY) approach.
July 31, 2017
Fact of the Week: U.S. Companies Increased Their “Energy Productivity” 16.5 Percent Between 1998 and 2014 by Adopting Better Software for Managing Industrial Processes
From 1998 to 2014, U.S. companies managed to increase output by 16.5 percent for each unit of energy input by adopting better IT, writes John Wu in Innovation Files.
July 6, 2017
The Trump administration devoted the week leading up to the Fourth of July to energy policy. Yet, its “Energy Week” jettisoned the very concept that we celebrate on that date, argues ITIF’s David Hart in Morning Consult.
June 29, 2017
Rob Atkinson argues in the Christian Science Monitor that the recent deserves much greater scrutiny, because real-world policy outcomes are far more consequential than crude political theater, and turning the focus in that direction could be the first step to recovering our civic senses.
April 27, 2017
Join ITIF to discuss what’s on the table for clean energy policy, what’s not, and where a politically viable consensus could emerge.
April 22, 2017
Earth Day—celebrated for the 48th time today—is a reminder of how far the U.S. has come in its views on energy and the environment, writes David Hart in Washington Examiner.
March 2, 2017
Energy Secretary Rick Perry once proposed eliminating the very department he now heads. He has since expressed his regret about this, recognizing the critical work being done there, writes David Hart in The Hill.
March 1, 2017
Although President Trump has denied that climate change is even a problem, his ostrich-like position might ultimately be a blessing in disguise because a bottom-up approach, which thrives on buy-in close to home, may be more politically sustainable than the one-size-fits-all top-down approach, however well-intentioned it may have been, writes David Hart in the Austin American-Statesman.
December 13, 2016
The United States is falling behind in the race to capitalize on the burgeoning clean energy market—but the race is not yet lost. This report offers five policy principles and a set of specific reforms for the Trump administration and the 115th Congress to turn the tables.
December 13, 2016
Join ITIF for a discussion abut the future of federal clean energy innovation policy and the release of a new report on energy innovation priorities.