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Assistant Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy
Subsidies and lower battery costs have not been enough to mainstream electric cars. Still, large gains have come amid worries about costs and driving range.
The election results should not be mistaken for a vote on an environmental agenda. Almost 90% of Americans favor expanding solar and wind energy.
The growth in wind and solar will undoubtedly continue, but a big increase in renewables is only one piece of the climate change puzzle.
The world is experiencing an energy transition away from fossil fuels to a mix that places increased emphasis on renewable energy sources, electricity storage and possibly the use of hydrogen,[…]
Most experts agree the transition to a clean energy economy will be difficult. But countries like Germany -- and companies like Apple -- lead the way.