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Lucas Davis in Axios: The Steady Rise of Electricity for Home Heating (1/5/2021)

Reed Walker in the Haas Newsroom: Coming Clean: Examining Racial Disparities in Pollution Exposure (12/4/2020)

Meredith Fowlie in Grist: Cap and Trade-Offs (10/19/2020)

Eva Lyubich in Face 2 Face Africa: Meet Kristal Hansley, the Woman Behind the First Black Female-Owned Solar Company (10/15/2020)

Severin Borenstein on KTVU: California Blackouts Caused Largely by Poor Planning, Preliminary Report Finds (10/9/2020)

Reed Walker in the Berkeley Haas Newsroom: Evidence Shows the Clean Air Act Has Reduced Racial Disparities in Exposure to Pollution (10/9/2020)

Severin Borenstein in Politifact: Gas Prices During the Obama-Biden Administration Were $5.49 a Gallon (9/30/2020)

Meredith Fowlie on Planet Money NPR Podcast: Sell Me Your Climate Bombs (9/25/2020)

Severin Borenstein on KCRW: Pros and Cons of Gas Power Plants (9/23/2020)

Severin Borenstein in the Governing: California to Take On Climate Change, But at What Cost? (9/21/2020)

Severin Borenstein on KQED: Wildfire Smoke Decreases California Solar Energy Output (9/11/2020)

Maximilian Auffhammer on KPIX: UC Climate Experts Warn California Wildfires, Extreme Weather Events Will Get Worse (9/10/2020)

Severin Borenstein on KQED: Heat Wave Strain on State’s Power Grid and PG&E’s Warning (9/7/2020)

Severin Borenstein on KPIX: Bay Area Braces For Holiday Weekend Heat Wave, Call For Power Conservation (9/5/2020)

Lucas Davis in Forbes: A Lesson For U.S. Shale Executives From Rio Tinto (8/24/2020)

Andrew Campbell and Lucas Davis in The Oaklandside and the Berkeleyside: Rolling Blackouts: What Oaklanders Need to Know, and What to Expect (8/21/2020)

Severin Borenstein on Capital Public Radio: California Wildfires, Solutions, Connection To Climate Change / Sound Advice (08/20/2020)

Severin Borenstein on NPR and KQED, CBS Sacramento, Capital Public Radio: Climate Change Lesson From California’s Blackouts: Prepare For Extremes (8/19/2020)

James Bushnell in the Fresno Bee: California Power Prices Have Skyrocketed. Is This Normal — Or More Enron-Style ‘Manipulation’? (8/19/2020)

Eva Lyubich in the Resources for the Future Podcast and Texas Public Radio: Equity and Electricity: Race Gap in Household Energy Use (8/18/2020)

Severin Borenstein on CNBC: A Flood of Job Losses Looms as Airline Industry Struggles in Pandemic (8/16/2020)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle and The Daily Wire: Wild Bay Area Weather Expected to Continue Overnight Sunday With Lightning, Gusty Winds and Fires (8/16/2020)

Severin Borenstein in the Sacramento Bee, KCRA, KPCC, the Merced Sun Star, the San Francisco Examiner, The Tribune, and the Rome News-Tribune: California Avoided Rolling Blackouts for Two Decades. What Went Wrong on The Grid? (8/15/2020)

Severin Borenstein on NBC Los Angeles, The Fresno Bee, Times Herald, East Bay Times, Marin Independent Journal, Good Day Sacramento, and KCBS: Who Turned Off the Lights? Heat Puts the Squeeze on California’s Power Grid (8/14/2020)

Severin Borenstein on KPIX: Phillips 66 Refinery In Rodeo Converting To Renewable Fuels (8/12/2020)

Severin Borenstein in The Mercury News: Marathon Refinery Closure Could Signal Big Transition for Area Refineries (8/8/2020)

Meredith Fowlie in Axios: Biden’s 100% Carbon-Free Hurdle (8/5/2020)

Severin Borenstein on KQED: Major California Oil Producer Falls Victim to Collapse in Crude Prices Amid Pandemic (7/16/2020)

Severin Borenstein on PolitiFact: U.S. Nears ‘Energy Independence’ Trump Promised During 2016 Campaign (7/15/2020)

Lucas Davis in The Economist: How CEO Pay in America Got Out Whack (6/11/2020)

Severin Borenstein in the Los Angeles Times: California’s Gas Tax Is Going Up Again. You Should Be Pleased. (6/25/2020)

Eva Lyubich in Axios, EENews and The Hill: The Persistent Racial Disparities In U.S. Energy Expenses (6/23/2020)

Severin Borenstein in CNBC: How Negative Oil Prices Revealed he Dangers of the Futures Market (6/16/2020)

Reed Walker in E&E News: Soot Rule Thrusts EPA Into Spotlight on Race (6/12/2020)

Severin Borenstein in Utility Dive: Shrinking Fossil Fuel Demand Could Hit California’s Cap-And-Trade Auction, Experts Say (5/18/2020)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle: California AG Sues Two Gasoline Firms for Alleged Price Manipulation (5/4/2020)

Joseph Shapiro in Bloomberg, AxiosScience NewsNewsbreak, the Washington Examiner (Article 1 and  Article 2), PhysOrg, the Daily Californian, The Energy Mix, Berkeley News, The Real News Network, Patch, Carbon PulseThe Real NewsEnergy Post, and The Niskanen Center: How Global Trade Pacts Award ‘Subsidies’ for Climate Pollution (5/4/2020)

Severin Borenstein on KTVU, The San Diego Union Tribune, and KPIX 5: Oil Prices Fall Into Negative Territory (4/20/2020)

Severin Borenstein in WTVR CBS: Price of Oil Gives Relief to Drivers but Could Damage Communities in Oil Country (4/3/2020)

Severin Borenstein in Quartz: Will Your Electricity Bill Go Up If You’re Working From Home? (3/26/2020)

Andrew Campbell in Energy Wire: PG&E Inks Deal With Governor, Opening Path Out of Bankruptcy (3/23/2020)

Severin Borenstein in the Wall Street Journal: Hotels Seek $150 Billion in Aid as Travel Plummets (3/17/2020)

Severin Borenstein in the SF Chronicle: Coronavirus Effect: California Gas Prices to Drop Amid Turmoil. (3/10/2020)

James Bushnell in Vox: Can You Really Negate Your Carbon Emissions? Carbon Offsets, Explained. (2/27/2020)

Meredith Fowlie in S&P Global Platts: Fossil Fuel Use Bumps Up GHG Emissions for First Time In 13 Years (2/24/2020)

Matthew Tarduno in Axios: Ride-Hailing’s Congestion Effects (2/13/2020)

Severin Borenstein on the Capital Public Radio News: California Could Take Over PG&E Under A Proposed Bill. But Could The Plan Work? (2/6/2020)

Stephen Jarvis in Forbes, the Financial Times, WIRED, and Grist: As The Costs Of Germany’s Nuclear Phase Out Mount, Little Appetite For A Rethink (1/11/2020)

Severin Borenstein in the Wall Street Journal: Five Ways to Fix PG&E (12/28/2019)

James Bushnell in the Sacramento Bee: Solar Panels Now Required On New California Homes. Why That’s So Controversial in Sacramento. (12/27/2019)

Andrew Campbell in PoliticoPro: Fossil Fuel Industry Cooking With Gas in Fight Against California (12/26/2019)

Severin Borenstein on WGME: Are Private or Public Electric Utilities Cheaper? (12/23/2019)

Susanna Berkouwer in the Oxford Policy Management Blog: Power For the People: How Should Governments Develop Electric Grids? (12/17/2019)

Severin Borenstein on KSCO Radio: California Gas Prices (12/17/2019)

Severin Borenstein on KPIX: Solar Panels Will Soon Be Required For Newly Constructed Homes In California (12/16/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the San Diego Union Tribune: California’s High-Voltage Battle Between Utilities and Rooftop Solar Could Impact Electric Bills (12/15/2019)

James Bushnell in the Los Angeles Times: California Now Has 1 Million Solar Roofs. Are 1 Million Batteries Next? (12/12/2019)

Reed Walker in Bloomberg: Rich Californians Shell Out $30,000 to Avoid Blackout Pain (11/26/2019)

Severin Borenstein in AXIOS: PG&E Notes: Ownership, Microgrids, Beer (11/13/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Modesto Bee: PG&E Gets All the Blame for Deadly Wildfires. But Do California Regulators Go Easy On Them? (11/6/2019)

Severin Borenstein on KPCC: Gov. Newsom Floated The Idea Of A State Takeover Of PG&E. How Would That Look And How Would It Impact Customers? (11/5/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Marketplace: California Mayors Want Customers to Run PG&E (11/5/2019)

Severin Borenstein on KQED: Solar and Batteries Work in a Blackout, But What Does That Mean for the Grid? (11/4/2019)

Severin Borenstein on NPR: What Power Outages Mean For Solar’s Potential (11/4/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Financial Times: Fires Force Californians to Face up to a Changing Landscape (11/3/2019)

Maximilian Auffhammer and Severin Borenstein in the Texarcana Gazette: Gridlock on the Grid | California’s Blackouts Could Make the Battle Against Climate Change Even Harder. (11/1/2019)

Severin Borenstein on KCBS Radio: Power Shutoffs, Evacuations the New Normal? Maybe. (11/1/2019)

Severin Borenstein on KCBS Radio: Energy Expert Used Car To Power Home During PG&E Shutoffs (11/1/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Capital Public Radio News: Californians Will Be Turning Their Clocks Back This Fall Despite Voting Last Year To Explore Alternatives (11/1/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle: Many Residents Are Buying Generators to Get Through PG&E Outages. Here’s What You Need to Know. (11/1/2019)

Severin Borenstein on NPR: The Future of PG&E (10/31/2019)

Severin Borenstein in Mercury News: Who’s to Blame for California’s Planned Power Outages? Some Say PG&E, Others Say Politicians (10/30/2019)

Severin Borenstein and James Bushnell in the San Francisco Chronicle: Everyone Wants to Fix PG&E. And Everyone — Taxpayers — Will Be Paying for It. (10/30/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Los Angeles Times: California’s Blackouts Could Make Fighting Climate Change Even Harder (10/29/2019)

Severin Borenstein the Merced Sun-Star: Smoke From Wildfires a Greater Risk to Kids and Seniors Than First Thought, Scientists Say (10/28/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Wall Street Journal: PG&E Power Lines Remain Risky to California, Even During Blackouts (10/25/2019)

Severin Borenstein in The Economist: Why California Can’t Quit PG&E (10/24/2019)

Andrew Campbell on KTVU: Gas Prices Have Mysteriously Stayed High Since 2015 (10/23/2019)

Andrew Campbell in PoliticoPro: Should the State Take Control of Wildfire Blackouts? (10/23/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the San Diego Union Tribune: What’s Behind the ‘Mystery Surcharge’ at Some California Gas Stations? (10/23/2019)

Maximilian Auffhammer in the Los Angeles Times: California Ditched Coal. The Gas Company is Worried it’s Next. (10/22/2019)

Andrew Campbell on KPIX: State To Begin Investigation Into Gas Prices In California Boom (10/22/2019)

Severin Borenstein In Bloomberg: California Prepares for a Huge Solar Boom (10/22/2019)

Severin Borenstein KPCC: Too Darn High: Governor Gavin Newsom Calls For An Investigation Of Gas Prices (10/22/2019)

Severin Borenstein on ABC7 News: NuStar Energy Fire: What is Ethanol Anyway? (10/16/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Los Angeles Times: What Will the Next Heavy Winds Bring? Assessing the Great Power Shut-off of 2019 (10/15/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Government Technology: PG&E Put the Burden of Halting Fires on Millions of Californians (10/14/2019)

Severin Borenstein on Q13Fox, the Lincoln Journal Star, The Oregonian, and the Las Vegas Review-Journal: Do California Power Shutoffs Work? Hard to Know, Experts Say (10/14/2019)

Lucas Davis in the Wall Street Journal: Americans Are No Longer Gluttons for Electricity—Thank the LED Bulb (10/11/2019)

Severin Borenstein on PBS News, the San Francisco Chronicle, ABC News, the Sky Statement, La Presse, France24, and MarketWatch: Millions Are Out of Power in California, But Were the PG&E Shutoffs Necessary? (10/11/2019)

Severin Borenstein on BBC Newsday: California Electricity (10/11/2019)

Catherine Wolfram in the Sandhills Express: How The California Power Outages Reduce Wildfire Risk: What You Need to Know (10/10/2019)

Catherine Wolfram on VOA: US Central Bank Sets Plan of Action on Climate Change (10/10/2019)

Catherine Wolfram on ABC7: Blackouts May Cost State $2.6 Billion, I-Team Investigates (10/10/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Los Angeles Times: California’s Huge, Humiliating Power Outages Expose the Vulnerabilities of PG&E’s Power Grid (10/10/2019)

Catherine Wolfram in Marketplace: Massive Power Shut-off Would Cost Businesses in California (10/8/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle: Gas Prices Spike Above $4 in San Francisco and Across California (10/7/2019)

Severin Borenstein on KNX: Frustrated Over Possible Gas Price Gouging? Unsure Whether To Eat That Steak? (10/1/2019)

Severin Borenstein in The Sacramento Bee: California May Postpone Shutdown of Power Plants That Kill Fish and Sea Lions. Here’s Why. (9/24/2019)

Maximilian Auffhammer and James Bushnell in the San Francisco Chronicle: California’s Power Supply is Getting Greener. It’s Still Got Far To Go. (9/23/2019)

Severin Borenstein on KTVU: Drone Attack on Saudi Arabia Has Real Wallet Consequences in America (9/14/2019 and 9/16/2019)

Severin Borenstein on KTVU: San Francisco Offers $2.5B for PG&E’s Equipment, Power Lines in the City (9/9/2019)

James Bushnell in Politico: California Raises the Caution Flag On ‘Green Jobs’ (9/4/2019)

Lucas Davis in the New York Times and The Hill: White House to Relax Energy Efficiency Rules for Light Bulbs (9/4/2019)

Severin Borenstein on KQED: PG&E, SoCal Edison, and SDG&E Push to Boost Shareholder Profit (9/3/2019)

Severin Borenstein in Bloomberg: Sometimes, a Greener Grid Means a 40,000% Spike in Power Prices (8/29/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle: PG&E Wants to Gradually Add $30 Per Month to the Average Residential Bill (8/26/2019)

James Bushnell in the San Francisco Chronicle: Clean Energy Powers California Climate Emissions Drop (8/12/2019)

Severin Borenstein on KQED: California Strikes Emissions Deal with Major Carmakers (7/25/2019)

Lucas Davis and James Sallee in CityLab and the Pacific StandardShould Electric Vehicle Drivers Pay Per Mile? (7/24/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the NY Times and San Francisco Chronicle: California, New York Racing to Cut Emissions, But Each Faces Major Obstacles. (7/9/2019)

Severin Borenstein in The Economist: Can American States Slow Global Warming On Their Own? (6/29/2019)

Severin Borenstein on KQED: Why Is Gas So Expensive in the Bay Area? (6/27/2019)

Severin Borenstein and Lucas Davis in the Washington Post and SF Gate: In Lobbying Battle for Electric Vehicle Tax Credit, It’s Car Makers vs. Oil and Gas Industry (6/24/2019)

Meredith Fowlie in the New York Times: Blue States Roll Out Aggressive Climate Strategies. Red States Keep to the Sidelines. (6/21/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle: Price of Gas to Jump More Than Nickel a Gallon on July 1 (6/19/2019)

Severin Borenstein on KCRW: UC Faculty Fossil Fuel Divestment Vote (6/12/2019)

Severin Borenstein on NPR: Contentious Oregon Climate Plan Takes Lessons From California’s Mistakes (6/6/2019)

James Bushnell in the Los Angeles Times: California Has Too Much Solar Power. That Might Be Good for Ratepayers. (6/5/2019)

Severin Borenstein on KCBS: Gas Prices Top 4 Dollars in the Bay Area (5/7/2019)

Severin Borenstein on KQED: PG&E Profits Plummet Amid Bankruptcy, and SEC Probe Adds to Utility’s Troubles (5/2/2019)

Meredith Fowlie in Axios: How Economists Can Live With Mandates (4/30/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the LA Times: Californians Want Answers on High Gas Prices — but Politicians Rarely Deliver(4/26/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle, AP News, NBC Bay Area, Fox Business, KSRO, and the Trucker: Newsom Calls for Investigation Into California’s High Gas Prices (4/24/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle: Gas Is $4 Per Gallon in California. It Might Stay High for a While (4/22/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Daily Cal: UC Berkeley Business Professor Finds $20B Surplus Charge in California Gas Prices (4/21/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Orange County Register: Mystery Surcharge’ and Gas Taxes Boost California Gasoline Prices by About $1.26 per Gallon (4/16/2019)

Severin Borenstein in Power Mag: The Economic Thicket of Generating Cost Comparisons (4/1/2019)

Severin Borenstein in KGO TV/ABC7 News: Benicia Refinery Is Down, So Gas Prices Are Up (3/28/2019)

Catherine Wolfram in the IEEE Spectrum: A Power Line to Every Home: India Closes In on Universal Electrification (3/20/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle: Public Takeover of PG&E? Sacramento’s Past Provides Important Lessons (3/18/2019)

Lucas Davis in the SF Gate: Trump Administration Could Hamper Shift to More Efficient Light Bulbs (3/16/2019)

Cleantech to Market Program in the U.S. News & World Report: How B-School Partnerships Can Help You Land a Job (3/14/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle: California Wants to Reform PG&E, But Just How Is Uncertain (3/11/2019)

Severin Borenstein in CBS 8 San Diego: Daylight Saving Time: San Diegans React to Time Change (3/10/2019)

Lucas Davis in the New York Times, The Bulletin, and the SF Gate: America’s Light Bulb Revolution (3/8/2019)

Joseph Shapiro and Reed Walker in the LSE US Centre Daily Blog: US Factories Are Polluting Less, But Regulation Rollbacks Threaten Air Quality (3/2/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Sierra Club: It’s Time for California to Get Out of the Oil Business (3/1/2019)

Catherine Wolfram in the California Magazine: The Green New Deal: The Good, the Bad, and the Eco-Friendly (3/1/2019)

Lucas Davis on KPCC Air Talk: San Bernardino County Has Voted to Restrict Development of Large Solar Energy Projects (3/1/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Sentinel: CCA and Your Housing Budget (2/28/2019)

Meredith Fowlie in Utility Drive: Enabling Storage Integration Through Market-Driven Procurements (2/25/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the San Fransisco Chronicle: Can California Homes and Businesses Quit Natural Gas? Some Say Yes (2/19/2019)

Catherine Wolfram in the Economist: Electricity Does Not Change Poor Lives as Much as We Thought (2/12/2019)

Severin Borenstein on KALW City Visions: What Can Be Done About PG&E? (2/4/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Sacramento Bee: ‘A Statewide Problem.’ How PG&E’s Bankruptcy Could Soil California’s Green-Energy Movement (1/31/2019)

Severin Borenstein on Planet Money’s The Indicator Podcast: Lights Out For PG&E? (1/31/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Sacramento Bee: Gas is Getting More and More Expensive. California Lawmakers Demand an Investigation (1/30/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Marin Independent Journal: Marin Energy Aggregator Could Benefit from PG&E Bankruptcy (1/30/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Northern California Record: Other Industries Could End Up Facing Wild Fire-Climate Change Litigation like PG&E, Business Expert Predicts (1/29/2019)

Severin Borenstein in NBC Bay Area: Mystery Surcharge at the Pump Prompts California Drivers to Ask Where Their Money is Going (1/29/2019)

Severin Borenstein in KTVU Fox: Lawmakers Request California DOJ Investigation into Mystery Gas Surcharge (1/29/2019)

Severin Borenstein in Mother Jones: California’s Wildfires Drove Its Biggest Utility to Bankruptcy. But Fire Prevention Could Suffer Because of It. (1/24/2019)

Severin Borenstein Appointed to CAISO Board of Governors: Prof. Severin Borenstein Appointed to Board Overseeing California’s Electric Grid (1/23/2019)

Severin Borenstein on KQED: Shutdown’s Toll on California, PG&E Challenge for Lawmakers (1/18/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle: SF Supervisors Look at Windfall as Potential Source of PG&E Acquisition Money (1/16/2019)

Severin Borenstein in SF Gate: The Future of a Bankrupt PG&E May Be a Breakup (1/16/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Los Angeles Times: Energy Whiz Severin Borenstein on Keeping the Lights on and the Fires Out After PG&E’s Bankruptcy (1/16/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the New York Times: PG&E Restructuring Highlights Arcane California Legal Rule (1/15/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Sacramento Bee: ‘PG&E is Going to Have to Pay.’ Sympathy is Gone for Utility Facing Bankruptcy (1/15/2019)

Severin Borenstein in KQED News: PG&E Customers, Employees Brace for Fallout from Bankruptcy Announcement (1/15/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Business Times: The 7 Questions Swirling Around PG&E Pending Bankruptcy (1/14/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the Financial Times: California Wildfire Costs Push PG&E to Bankruptcy (1/14/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle: PG&E in Trouble: Will the Lights Stay On? Will Customers Pay More? (1/7/2019)

Lucas Davis in the Wall Street Journal: Real Time Economics: The State of the Economy and of Economics (1/7/2019)

Severin Borenstein in NBC News: Trump Claims Credit for Cheap Gas. Experts Say It’s Not So Simple. (1/1/2019)

Severin Borenstein in the New York Times: How Does Your State Make Electricity? (12/24/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle: Forget Limiting Uber and Lyft Vehicles to Reduce Congestion (12/24/2018)

Severin Borenstein on KCSB Radio’s In Depth: Utilities, Insurance Industry Adapt to California’s Fire Disasters (12/14/2018)

Cleantech to Market in Haas Newsroom: Top 10 Haas Stories of 2018 (12/12/2018)

James Sallee in the Los Angeles Times: Trump Fuel Economy Rollback is Based on Misleading and Shoddy Calculations, Study Finds (12/6/2018)

Cleantech to Market in Haas Newsroom: Cleantech to Market Celebrates 10 Years of Success (11/29/2018)

Lucas Davis and Severin Borenstein in Bloomberg: Big Oil Doesn’t Like EV Subsidies, Just Its Own Giant Subsidy (11/19/2018)

Lucas Davis in the Herald-Mail Media: Utilities Face Massive Liabilities Amid Wildfires (11/16/2018)

Severin Borenstein on KALW: Working and Homeless, Mystery Gas Surcharge, Bay Area Beats (11/13/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the San Diego Union-Tribune: Is California Going the Way of Germany When It Comes to Energy? (11/11/2018)

Lucas Davis in Axios Generate: Trump’s Deferred Iran Oil Reckoning — Key State Ballot Fights — Important EV Metric (11/6/2018)

Jim Sallee in the Atlantic: The Trump Administration Flunked Its Math Homework (10/31/18)

Severin Borenstein in the California Magazine: What’s The Deal with Daylight Saving Time?(10/30/18)

Severin Borenstein in KPCC: AirTalk Debates 2018 Ballot Initiatives: Prop 7 — Daylight-Saving Time (10/24/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Los Angeles Times: Forget the Gas Tax. Let’s Get to the Bottom of California’s 22-Cents-A-Gallon Mystery Surcharge (10/11/2018)

Severin Borenstein in KABC: Prof Says Prop 7 to End Time Change Will Cause More Disruptions (10/11/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle: Prop. 7: California Considers Full-Time Daylight Savings, End of Changing Clocks (10/5/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Mercury News and EB Times: What Does Daylight Saving Time Really Save? (9/27/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Cal Alumni Association: A Day Late and A Summit Short: Can California Save the World? (9/26/2018)

Severin Borenstein on ABC7 News: 2018 VOTER GUIDE: A Look At California’s Proposition 7: Permanent Daylight Saving Measure (9/25/2018)

Lucas Davis in the Financial Times: Less is More as Domestic Energy Consumption Falls (9/24/2018)

Severin Borenstein in Governing: California Could Be The Next State to Ditch Daylight Saving Time (9/24/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Los Angeles Times: Jerry Brown May Not Be The Ultimate Climate Crusader, But He’s a Lot Closer Than Most Politicians (9/13/2018)

Lucas Davis in Power Technology: Proof of Climate Change: How Do We Cool a Heating World? (9/12/2018)

Reed Walker in the Phoenix New Times: Trump’s Proposed Emissions Rule Will Choke Efforts to Clean Polluted Phoenix Air (9/11/2018)

Severin Borenstein in Bloomberg: Jerry Brown Is the Face of America’s Climate-Change Resistance (9/11/2018)

Lucas Davis in the Financial Times: The Week In Energy: Dirty Oil, Clean Oil (9/8/2018)

James Bushnell in the Economist: More Solar Power Hurts Nuclear Energy. But It Also Hurts Itself (9/8/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Climate Liability News: Disappointment Shadows Jerry Brown’s Climate Legacy in California (9/5/2018)

Catherine Wolfram in the Mercury News: What Are You Getting if You Buy Clean Electricity (9/5/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle: California Wants 100% Clean Power by 2045. Wishful Thinking? (9/3/2018)

Lucas Davis on KQED: California Ups the Ante: 100 Percent Clean Energy by 2045 (8/29/2018)

Severin Borenstein in The Tribune: An All-Renewable Energy Grid ‘Definitely Feasible’ for California. But at What Cost? (8/29/2018)

James Bushnell in Utility Dive: Renewables Push CAISO Prices Lower, Threaten Inflexible Generation (8/28/2018)

Severin Borenstein in Mother Jones: California Lawmakers Just Voted to Make All Its Electricity Emissions-Free by 2045 (8/28/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the MIT Technology Review: California Advances an Ambitious Climate Policy That Should Be a Model for the World (8/28/2018)

Max Auffhammer in the Los Angeles Times: Climate Change Will Be Deadlier, More Destructive and Costlier for California than Previously Believed, State Warns (8/27/2018)

James Bushnell in Cal Matters: The Green Economy: Is California’s Bid to Lead the World 0n Climate Solutions Paying Off at Home? (8/22/2018)

Reed Walker in Grist: Trump’s Power Plan Proposal Is “About Coal at All Costs” (8/21/2018)

Andrew Campbell in Axios: On My Screen: EVs, Bitcoin, Venezuela (8/21/2018)

Reed Walker in Mother Jones: Even Trump’s EPA Admits His Power Plan Will Kill Thousands of Americans (8/21/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Los Angeles Times: Keep California Oil in the Ground? The Goal Is Good, But the Policy Doesn’t Pencil Out (8/16/2018)

Catherine Wolfram in Bloomberg BNA: California’s Zero-Carbon Bill Aims to Set Climate Example (8/15/2018)

Reed Walker in the Daily Californian: UC Berkeley Economists Show That Environmental Regulations Play Primary Role in Pollution Decrease (8/14/2018)

Reed Walker in UPI: U.S. Environmental Regulations Curbed Air Pollution, Study Shows (8/9/2018)

James Bushnell in Grist: Hot Weather Strains the Grid. Here’s How We Could Fix That. (7/30/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle: California Is Cutting Greenhouse Gases, But Not From Cars. Can That Change? (7/16/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the San Diego Union Tribune: California Already Reached Its 2020 Goal for Cutting Emissions. Now What? (7/12/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Engineering News Record: California Begins to Consider Solar on Commercial Buildings (7/11/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Sacramento Bee: California Beats Its 2020 Goals for Cutting Greenhouse Gases (7/11/2018)

Lucas Davis in the Tree Hugger: Why Is the Trump Administration Putting a Tariff on Chinese LEDs? (7/6/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Los Angeles Times: Year-round Daylight Saving Time? More Dark Mornings Is Just One Downside (7/5/2018)

Severin Borenstein on Fox KTVU: Electrifying Transportation in San Francisco, Advocates Push for New Generation of Buses (6/14/2018)

Lucas Davis in the PEW Charitable Trusts: It’s Wildfire Season in California, And Utilities Want to Tamp Down Their Liability (6/7/2018)

Meredith in CNR News and STL News: Fowlie Appointed to Independent Emissions Market Advisory Committee (6/5/2018)

Severin Borenstein on KUT 90.5: In Austin, Energy Secretary Perry Pushes for Coal and Nuclear Bailout (6/4/2018)

Lucas Davis in the National Economics 101: Is Energy-Efficient Housing a Waste of Money? (6/3/2018)

Severin Borenstein, Lucas Davis, and Catherine Wolfram in the Cal Alumni: 7 Things to Know About California’s New Solar Panel Policy (5/31/2018)

Severin Borenstein and James Bushnell in the San Diego Union Tribune: The New Solar Mandate: A Leap Forward or a Step Back? (5/28/2018)

Severin Borenstein and James Bushnell in the Sacramento Bee: California’s Rooftop Decree May Be Hasty. Don’t Let the Sun Shine in Just Yet (5/27/2018)

James Bushnell in the MIT Technology Review: California Is Throttling Back Record Levels of Solar—And That’s Bad News for Climate Goals (5/24/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Argus Courier: Here’s Why You’re Paying so Much More at the Pump This Memorial Day (5/24/2018)

Lucas Davis in the Christian Science Monitor: Is Ditching Fossil Fuels Entirely a Reasonable Goal? (5/24/2018)

Severin Borenstein on KQED: Why are Bay Area Gas Prices on the Rise? (5/22/2018)

James Bushnell in the Salon: California’s New Solar Rooftop Mandate Could Be Better (5/21/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Door and Window Market Magazine: A Look at California’s New Solar Panel Regulation (5/21/2018)

James Bushnell in Washington’s Top News: Why California’s New Rooftop Mandate Isn’t Good Enough for Some Solar Power Enthusiasts (5/21/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Daily Bruin: Requiring Newly Built Houses to Have Solar Panels Will Do More Harm Than Good (5/20/2018)

James Sallee in the Financial Times: Regulations’ Unintended Consequences (5/19/2018)

James Bushnell in the San Francisco Chronicle: The Clean-Energy Home of the Future … Outside Fresno (5/17/2018)

James Bushnell in the Idyllwild Town Crier: Solar Panels Will Be Required for New Residential Construction (5/16/2018)

Meredith Fowlie in Engadget: Regulation Has Helped, Not Hindered California’s Green Economy (5/16/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Voice of America: California to Require Solar Power for New Homes (5/16/2018)

Lucas Davis in the Seattle Times: By Trying to Keep Cool, We May Make the World Warmer (5/15/2018)

Severin Borenstein in Vox: California Will Require Solar Panels on All New Homes. That’s Not Necessarily a Good Thing. (5/15/2018)

Lucas Davis in the New York Times: The World Wants Air-Conditioning. That Could Warm the World. (5/15/2018)

James Sallee in Forbes: Fuel Economy Standards Are Supersizing Our Vehicles. Ford Scrapping Small Cars Is an Alarm Bell. (5/14/2018)

Severin Borenstein in Bloomberg: Let’s Talk About Net Present Value and Solar Panels (5/13/2018)

Severin Borenstein in ZAWYA: California Helps Paris Send Solar Message (5/13/2018)

James Bushnell in the Financial Times: The Week In Energy: Iran and The Oil Price (5/12/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Chicago Tribune: California’s Bad Solar Remedy For Climate Change (5/11/2018)

Lucas Davis on KJZZ and Care2: California Mandates Solar Power on All Newly-Built Homes (5/11/2018)

Severin Borenstein in Axios: California’s Controversial Solar Push (5/10/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the New York Times: Do Pipelines Really Create Lots of Jobs? (5/10/2018)

Severin Borenstein and James Bushnell in Forbes: California’s Solar Roof Law Will Raise Housing And Energy Prices But Do Little To Reduce Emissions (5/10/2018)

Lucas Davis in USA Today: Rooftop Solar to Be Required on New Homes in California (5/10/2018)

Lucas Davis in CNBC: California Regulators Approve Plan to Mandate Solar Panels on New Home Construction (5/9/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the MIT Technology Review: California’s Rooftop Solar Rule as a Pricey Path to Emissions Reductions (5/9/2018)

Lucas Davis in NPR: California Moves Forward With Plan to Require Solar Panels on New Homes (5/9/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle: California’s Power Grid Is Changing Fast, and ‘We Don’t Have a Plan’ (5/3/2018)

Severin Borenstein in SF Gate: California Governor Battles Trump to Save Environmental Legacy (5/2/2018)

Severin Borenstein in Bloomberg: Governor Moonbeam’s Got One Last Fight Against Trump Left in Him (5/1/2018)

James Bushnell in CleanTechnica: Unpacking All the Bad News About Renewable Energy & Energy Storage (4/30/2018)

James Bushnell in Forbes: If Solar and Wind Are So Cheap, Why Are They Making Electricity So Expensive? (4/23/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Tree Hugger: In California, People Without Rooftop Solar Panels Pay a $65 Per Year Subsidy to Those With Them (4/18/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Press Democrat: PD Editorial: A Mystery Charge at the Gas Pump in California (4/18/2018)

Lucas Davis in the Energy Collective: Let’s Be Clear: Solar Energy Benefits Everyone (4/16/2018)

Severin Borenstein on KPCC: Californians Are Losing Out on Billions Annually Due to a Mysterious Gas Surcharge (4/11/2018)

Severin Borenstein in GV Wire: Californians Pay $10 Million a Day More Than They Should for Gas (4/10/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the La Jolla Patch: Why CA Drivers Spend Billions More on Gas (4/5/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the San Diego Union Tribune: The Missing Billions Spent on Gasoline in California Each Year (4/8/2018)

James Sallee in the California Magazine: Will the EPA Really Trump California’s Fuel Standards (4/5/2018)

Severin Borenstein and Lucas Davis in the Africom: Tesla Extending Sell-Off After Moody’s Cuts Credit Rating (3/29/2018)

Severin Borenstein and Lucas Davis in the Washington Post: It Isn’t Bad Policy to Promote Electric Cars (3/28/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Industry Week and Bloomberg: How California Taught China to Sell Electric Cars (3/27/2018)

Lucas Davis in the Mercury News: Don’t Have Solar? You’re Paying More Because Others Do, UC Berkeley Prof Says (3/27/2018)

The Energy Institute in the RTO Insider: Berkeley Looks at EVs, Markets, Gas Withholding (3/27/2018)

Lucas Davis and Severin Borenstein in the Washington Post and the Columbia Daily Herald: All Those Fancy Electric Cars? You Helped Pay for Them (3/25/2018)

Lucas Davis in Clean Technica: California Utilities Say Climate Change Caused Recent Fires, Not Them (3/22/2018)

Lucas Davis in Think Progress: California’s Historic Wildfire Season Puts Financial Squeeze on the State’s Utilities (3/19/2018)

Catherine Wolfram in the Interpreter: Aid and Development Links: Chinese Aid Agency, Electrification in Kenya, and More (3/19/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the MIT Technology Review: At This Rate, It’s Going to Take Nearly 400 Years to Transform the Energy System (3/14/2018)

Lucas Davis in the Climate Liability News: California Utilities, Climate Change and Wildfires: A Liability Quagmire (3/12/2018)

James Bushnell in the Yale Climate Connections: Reggie’ States Addressing Transportation Emissions (3/8/2018)

Lucas Davis in the New York Times: Is Bitcoin a Waste of Electricity, Or Something Worse? (2/28/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Colorado Boulevard: Should CA Legislators Be Investigating High Gas Prices? (2/28/2018)

Severin Borenstein in Politifact: Ryan Zinke Wrong That Gas Prices Are Down 40% Under Trump (2/26/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Napa Valley Register: Wildfires Inspire New Idea: Charging Rural Customers More for Electricity (2/19/2018)

Maximilian Auffhammer in the San Francisco Chronicle: Why the Bitcoin Revolution Is Emptying Store Shelves and Making Gamers Mad (1/29/2018)

Lucas Davis and Severin Borenstein in the Grist: Is Nuclear Power Really That Expensive (1/26/2018)

Severin Borenstein in Utility Dive: Is Cap and Trade the Climate Solution? The Jury’s Still Out (1/19/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Los Angelas Times: No Longer Termed a ‘Failure’, California’s Cap-and-Trade Program Faces a New Critique: Is It Too Successful? (1/12/2018)

Severin Borenstein on KUT Austin: Perry’s Plan to Prop Up Nuclear, Coal Power Fails as Another Texas Coal Plant Closes (1/12/2018)

James Bushnell in the Marketplace: With Increased Wildfires, Utilities In California Are Trying to Pass on the Cost Damages to Customers (1/2/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Davis Vanguard: California’s Got a New Plan to Hit Its 2030 Emissions Target – But, Are We Aiming at the Right Target? (1/2/2018)

Severin Borenstein in the Canada Free Press: It’s Easy For Santa To Move Coal (12/21/2017)

Meredith Fowlie in the Union of Concerned Scientists: Vehicle Fuel Economy Standards – Under Fire? (12/1/2017)

Severin Borenstein in Axios Generate and Carbon Pulse Railroad Price Cuts Are Slowing Coal’s Decline: Study (11/ 28/2017)

James Bushnell in the Aggie: Transforming the UC’s Energy Portfolio (11/ 21/2017)

Lucas Davis on Inside Sources: With The Growth Of Energy Saving Appliances, Why Aren’t Electric Bills Lower? (11/15/2017)

Max Auffhammer in the Berkeley News Climate Video Series: Pricing Carbon Emissions (11/14/2017)

Severin Borenstein in MotherJones Chart of the Day: California’s Mysteriously High Gasoline Prices (11/12/2017)

Severin Borenstein in Politifact George Runner Was Right: California Now Has The Highest Gas Prices In The Nation (11/6/2017)

Severin Borenstein on What Will California’s Gas Tax Hike Do For San Joaquin Roads? (11/3/2017)

Severin Borenstein on Cal Matters, GV Wire and The Fresno Bee Commentary: As Gas Taxes Jump, Motorists May Wonder Where They’re Going (11/2/2017)

Lucas Davis in Intertraffic World: Smog Solutions – Mexico City (11/1/2017)

Severin Borenstein on Capital Public Radio: California Fuel Taxes Rise Wednesday (11/1/2017)

James Bushnell on ABC10: Does ‘Winter Blend’ Lower Gas Prices? (10/31/2017)

Severin Borenstein on KUT Austin: Perry’s Plan Would Subsidize Coal and Nuclear Power – But It Wouldn’t Apply to Texas (10/30/2017)

Meredith Fowlie and Catherine Wolfram in Bloomberg Businessweek: Sacramento Nudges People to Use Less Electricity at Peak Hours (10/17/2017)

Lucas Davis in Madrid’s Getting Close to “Plan A” Rollout to Fight Air Pollution (10/16/2017)

Catherine Wolfram in Newswise: New Study Finds Expected Savings from School Energy Efficiency Upgrade Outpace Actual Returns (09/27/2017)

Severin Borenstein in the Nevada Independent: For Utilities Like NV Energy, Rooftop Solar is ‘The Tip of the Iceberg’ (09/25/2017)

Lucas Davis in Business Green: Electricity Demand in Southern Europe to Soar With Air Con – Scientists (08/29/2017)

Severin Borenstein on ABC7 News: Hurricane Harvey May Drive Gas Prices Higher Around the Country, But Not in California (08/28/2017)

Severin Borenstein in the LA Times: Should California Spend $3 Billion to Help People Buy Electric Cars? (08/27/2017)

Severin Borenstein in Nature: California Scientists Push to Create Massive Climate-Research Programme (08/16/2017)

Severin Borenstein in Politifact: Exaggerations on Red Tape, Gas Prices and Defense Costs (07/31/2017)

Severin Borenstein in the New York Times: Just How Far Can California Possibly Go on Climate? (07/26/2017)

Severin Borenstein in Politifact: Yes, Chuck Schumer, Oil Prices Do Sometimes Fall (07/25/2017)

Severin Borenstein in the Mercury News: California Attorney General Sues to Prevent Valero Acquisition (07/20/2017)

Andrew Campbell in Marin-Based Renewable Electricity Supplier Doubles in Size With New Members (07/21/2017)

Reed Walker in Capital & Main For Whom the Road Tolls: Is It Fair to Put a Price on Freeways? (07/19/2017)

Severin Borenstein in LAist: State Legislature Approves Extension of Landmark Cap-And-Trade Program to Combat Climate Change (07/17/2017)

Lucas Davis in Clean Technica: The Air Conditioning We Use To Cool Us Makes The Planet Hotter (07/17/2017)

Lucas Davis in the New York Times: If You Fix This, You Fix a Big Piece of The Climate Puzzle (07/13/2017)

James Bushnell in the Mercury News: Debate Rages Over California Cap-and-Trade Deal, Concessions to Big Oil (07/11/2017)

James Bushnell in the Mercury News: Jerry Brown, A Global Climate Leader, Fights to Reach Deal At Home (07/09/2017)

James Bushnell in the Santa Cruz Sentinel: Gov. Brown Faces July 21 Deadline on Climate Change Measure (07/08/2017)

Andrew Campbell in the Clean Energy Finance Forum: California’s Steep Path to a High Renewable-Energy Goal (07/03/2017)

Meredith Fowlie and Andrew Campbell on Grist: How America Can Declare Independence From Dirty Energy (07/03/2017)

Severin Borenstein and Lucas Davis on BBC News: Why Are Californian Solar Firms Paying to Give Away Power (06/29/2017)

Maximilian Auffhammer in the New York Times: 95-Degree Days: How Extreme Heat Could Spread Across the World (06/22/2017)

Catherine Wolfram on Inside Climate News: As Solar Pushes Electricity Prices Negative, 3 Solutions for California’s Power Grid (06/14/2017)

Maximilian Auffhammer in E&E News: Trump Started Using ‘Dominance.’ Now His Cabinet Is (06/13/2017)

Severin Borenstein and Catherine Wolfram in California Magazine: Blue States’ Stand Against Trump on Climate May Bear Fruit (06/13/2017)

Severin Borenstein in the Sacramento Bee: What Price are Californians Paying to Fight Climate Change? (06/08/2017)

Maximilian Auffhammer and Severin Borenstein on CBS News: California Governor Goes to China With Business Leaders To Create Green Partnerships (06/07/2017)

Lucas Davis in Forbes: Another Fracking Time Bomb Lurks Beneath U.S. (06/05/2017)

Severin Borenstein on Capital Public Radio: Could California Go Completely Green Energy By 2050? (05/30/2017)

Lucas Davis in Forbes: LED Lightbulbs Have Shrunk The US Economy – No, Really, They Have (05/14/2017)

Severin Borenstein in the Press Democrat: Sonoma Clean Power, Utilities Face Battle Over Energy Costs (05/14/2017)

Lucas Davis in Bloomberg: The Economy-Changing Power of The LED Bulb (05/09/2017)

Severin Borenstein in the Sacramento Bee: Can State Run on Sun and Wind Alone? California Weighs Aggressive Climate Change Measures (05/04/2017)

James Sallee in the Christian Science Monitor: If You Are in the Market For a New Tesla, Now Might Be a Time to Buy (04/19/2017)

Meredith Fowlie in Bloomberg BNA: Carbon Tax Next Target for California’s Disadvantaged Communities (04/18/2017)

Severin Borenstein and Lucas Davis in the Atlantic: Will Tesla Do to Cars What Apple Did to Smartphones? (04/18/2017)

Severin Borenstein in the Sacramento Bee: California’s War on Carbon: Is It Winning? (04/14/2017)

Severin Borenstein in the Mercury News: New Gas Tax and Mideast Strife Will Hit Us With a Double Whammy at the Pump (04/07/2017)

Severin Borenstein in Politifact: Could Gas Tax Hike Leave California With ‘Highest Fuel Prices in the Nation?’ (04/06/2017)

Meredith Fowlie and Catherine Wolfram in E&E News: Study Finds DOE Grant Program’s Costs Exceed Benefits (04/06/2017)

Catherine Wolfram in the Washington Post: Trump Wants to Cut Programs That Help Buildings Save Energy. This New Study Says They Work (03/27/2017)

Meredith Fowlie in the Washington Post: The Trump Budget’s Bizarre Move to Cut the Weatherization of Homes (03/20/2017)

Severin Borenstein in E&E News: Can the Golden State go 100% Green? (03/13/2017)

Severin Borenstein in the L.A. Times: In the Battle Over California Climate Policies, Green Projects are Now in the Hot Seat (03/13/2017)

Severin Borenstein in WBEZ News: A Project That Could Double Heating Bills in Chicago Gets a Closer Look from Regulators (03/01/2017)

Severin Borenstein in the Mercury News: Energy Experts: California Gas Prices Could Take a Big Jump (02/27/2017)

Andrew Campbell in the San Diego Union Tribune: Regulators Investigating SDG&E for Potential Lobbying Violations (02/24/2017)

Reed Walker in Berkeley News: Sloan Fellowships Awarded to Five Faculty ‘Rising Stars’ (02/23/2017)

Lucas Davis in the Christian Science Monitor Mexico’s Pollution: How Two Entrepreneurs are Driving Change by Embracing Old Cars (02/17/2017)

Lucas Davis in the New York Times:El Hoy No Circula no es Suficiente Para Combatir la Contaminación en Ciudad de México, Según un Estudio (02/15/2017)

Lucas Davis on BBC News,, Pacific Standard, Proceso, and El Financiero: Car Ban Fails to Curb Air Pollution in Mexico City (02/02/2017)

Reed Walker in the Atlantic: Do Regulations Really Kill Jobs? (01/23/2017)

Severin Borenstein on KQED News: Bay Area Refinery Malfunctions Lead to Jump in Gasoline Prices (01/13/2017)

Severin Borenstein in the East Bay Times Commentary: Incandescent Lights Bulbs Need to go in Trash Today (01/06/2017)

Severin Borenstein in the Las Vegas Sun: California’s Energy Needs Could Boost Nevada (12/26/2016)

Lucas Davis on the BBC: A Future for Nuclear Power? (12/21/2016)

Andrew Campbell in the San Diego Union Tribune: Will Trump Slow California’s Climate Change Crusade? (12/16/2016)

Severin Borenstein in the Wall Street Journal: Bill Gates, Others Launch Clean Energy Fund (12/12/2016)

Severin Borenstein in the Los Angeles Times: California’s Climate Fight Could be Painful — Especially on Job and Income Growth (12/11/2016)

Severin Borenstein in The Guardian: Why Electric Cars are Only as Clean as Their Power Supply (12/08/2016)

Lucas Davis in the Christian Science Monitor: EPA aims to preempt Trump with ambitious fuel-economy target (11/30/2016)

Severin Borenstein in the Los Angeles Times: Consumer group alleges that California refiners are manipulating gasoline prices (11/29/2016)

Severin Borenstein in the AJC: No clear information on the number of “green” jobs created by Obama (11/23/2016)

Severin Borenstein in the KUT News: Why Killing EPA Regulation Won’t Be a Silver Bullet for Energy Industries (11/17/2016)

Severin Borenstein in the Wall Street Journal: What’s the Best Way to Finance New Energy Technologies (11/13/2016)

Lucas Davis in the Conversation | Seattle PI | Salon |
Why aren’t environmentalists supporting a carbon tax in Washington state? (10/30/2016) – (11/01/2016)

Lucas Davis in the Conversation | Huffington Post | Salon | Houston Chronicle |
Addicted to oil: US gasoline consumption is higher than ever (09/25/2016) – (09/27/2016)

Severin Borenstein and Lucas Davis in ClimateWire: Taking the economic temperature 10 years after A.B. 32 (09/22/2016)

Lucas Davis in AlterNet : Your Air Conditioner and Refridgerator Are Killing the Climate: What Are the Alternatives? (09/22/2016)

Severin Borenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle: Clinton and Trump polar opposites on global warming and energy (09/10/2016)

Lucas Davis in Econ Focus: Nuclear Reactions (09/07/2016)

Andrew Campbell in SNL: Solar Companies Want More Transparency From Regulatory Group (09/02/2016)

Severin Borenstein in Science: Just 90 companies are to blame for most climate change, this ‘carbon accountant’ says (08/25/2016)

Lucas Davis in Business Insider | SFGATE | The Conversation | IFLScience
King Coal Is Dethroned In The US – And That’s Good News For The Environment (08/21/2016) – (08/22/2016)

Severin Borenstein in the Sacramento Bee: Equal time, Trump’s campaign, carbon fee, young farmers (08/21/2016)

Andrew Campbell in the San Diego Union Tribune: SDG&E shareholders and green groups headed for face-off? (08/18/2016)

Severin Borenstein in Fox & Hounds: The Democratic Legislature’s Contribution To California Poverty (08/18/2016)

Severin Borenstein in Wired: If Clinton Wins, America Can Look to California for Cutting Carbon (08/18/2016)

Meredith Fowlie in NBC News: Experts Say California’s Environmental Policies are Bellwether for Economic Growth (08/17/2016)

Severin Borenstein in Argus Media: No easy fix to California gasoline volatility (08/17/2016)

Severin Borenstein in San Francisco Chronicle: The mystery behind California’s high gas prices (08/15/2016)

Lucas Davis in the Guardian: As the mercury soars, fear grows over ‘air-con effect’(08/15/2016)

Severin Borenstein in the Sacramento Bee: Elon Musk’s play, Linda Katehi’s replacement, and Swing States (08/15/2016)

Andrew Campbell in the San Diego Union Tribune: FOCUS: MORE CITIES, COUNTIES CHOOSING GREEN ENERGY SOURCES (08/14/2016)

Lucas Davis in the Hill: Let nuclear power play a role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions (08/11/2016)

Severin Borenstein in Priceonomics: The Mystery of California’s High Gas Prices(08/11/2016)

Severin Borenstein in The Sacramento Bee: An Rx for cap and trade (08/11/2016)

Kenneth Lee and Catherine Wolfram in the Star: ‘Cheaper’ energy still unaffordable to rural households (08/10/2016)

Lucas Davis in Power Technology: The environmental and economic impacts of closing a nuclear plant (08/08/2016)

Lucas Davis in the Richmond Times: America needs more nuclear energy, not less (08/04/2016)

Lucas Davis in the Financial Times: Fossil fuels have had an aeon’s head start (07/26/2016)

Lucas Davis in Quartz | | U.S. News | FutureStructure | The Conversation | Harvard Public Health | EarthSky | Salon | | The Guardian | Curbed
The global environmental impact of air conditioning is big and will get even bigger (07/24/2016) – (08/15/2016)

Meredith Fowlie in RenewEconomy: The duck is safely afloat in California (07/21/2016)

Severin Borenstein in FutureStructure: California Considers Connecting Electric Vehicles, Home Batteries Up to the Grid (07/18/2016)

Severin Borenstein in Utility Dive: How well do consumers understand rooftop solar economics? (07/14/2016)

Meredith Fowlie in The Sacramento Bee: Why are the world’s cap-and-trade markets struggling to keep prices up? (07/12/2016)

Meredith Fowlie in Trib Live: Carbon market expectations meet reality of low prices, muddled policy (07/09/2016)

Lucas Davis and Catherine Hausman in Centre Daily Times: State should attach value to nuclear power (07/08/2016)

Meredith Fowlie in Bloomberg: Tough to Keep the World From Warming When Carbon Is This Cheap (07/07/2016)

Severin Borenstein in San Francisco Chronicle: Californians are driving more, which is bad for climate change (07/06/2016)

Catherine Wolfram in Greentech Media: Are Global Goals to End Energy Poverty by 2030 Doomed With a Centralized Approach? (06/20/2016)

Severin Borenstein in KQED: KQED Science Gets Exclusive Details On Tesla Gigafactory – Interviews J.B. Straubel (05/06/2016)

Lucas Davis in Gulf Business Subsidies: The double-edged sword of Saudi Arabia (5/4/2016)

Lucas Davis in Inside Energy: Climate Activists Debate Over Tactics (4/29/2016)

Lucas Davis in Pollution Solutions: Will Mexico’s Car Bans Measures Really Fight Pollution? (4/29/2016)

Catherine Wolfram Receives Multimillion Dollar Grant from UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) (04/25/2016)

Catherine Wolfram in Haas News Wire: Wolfram, Gertler to lead energy program to help alleviate poverty (04/25/2016)

Lucas Davis in Omaha Midlands Voices: Let’s not write off nuclear power (4/25/2016)

Severin Borenstein on KOSU: A Rare Look Inside The ‘Gigafactory’ Tesla Hopes Will Revolutionize Energy Use (04/18/2016)

Lucas Davis in Humanosphere: Mexico City bans cars one day a week to combat ongoing pollution problem (04/15/2016)

Lucas Davis and Catherine Hausman in Columbia Tribune: Alternatives can’t keep up with nuclear 04/12/2016)

Lucas Davis in Expansion: Tecnología y coches caros, la respuesta al Hoy No Circula (En Espanol) 04/12/2016)

Lucas Davis in Hydrogen Fuel News: Air pollution crisis in Mexico City lead to massive car ban (04/11/2016)

Lucas Davis and Catherine Hausman in Detroit News: What happens when a nuclear power plant is shut down (04/11/2016)

Maximilian Auffhammer in Environmental Research Web: Sea-level rise puts US power plants in reach of flood (04/06/2016)

Lucas Davis in Milenio: “Hoy no circula” no reducira contaminacion: experto (En Espanol) (04/05/2016)

Lucas Davis in NPR Hidden Brain Podcast: The Unintended Consequences Of Trying To Fix Traffic (04/03/16)

Lucas Davis in The Christian Science Monitor How Mexico City plans to fight air pollution (04/03/2016)

Lucas Davis in Vox Mexico City’s adopting a popular method to fight air pollution. It probably won’t work. (04/02/2016)

Lucas Davis in Excelsior Hoy tampoco circula (En Espanol)(04/02/2016)

Severin Borenstein in The Sacramento Bee SMUD phasing in new rate plan based on demand (04/02/2016)

Lucas Davis in Reforma Castigar a la gente (En Espanol)(03/31/2016)

Severin Borenstein in The Guardian New York pension fund could have made billions by divesting from fossil fuels – report (03/04/2016)

Lucas Davis in The Live Mint The fallacy of odds and evens (02/14/2016)

Severin Borenstein in SF Gate Oil firms kept state’s gas supply tight to hike price, group says (02/08/2016)

Severin Borenstein in ABC News Experts Tell Panel Why Gas Is So Expensive in California (02/08/2016)

Lucas Davis in The Quint Lessons From Mexico for Delhi’s Odd-Even Version 2.0 (01/26/2016)

Severin Borenstein appointed to the Advisory Council of the Bay Area Air Quality Management (01/20/2016)

Severin Borenstein in the Los Angeles Times Smug about your solar roof? Not so fast. (01/20/2016)

Berkeley Haas Ties to India Deepen with Open Innovation Honor for President Catherine Wolfram (01/19/2016)

Patrick Baylis (PhD Candidate, 2016) and Max Auffhammer in Tulsa World News Cold weather bites, but hot days and Mondays get us down (01/09/2016)

Patrick Baylis (PhD Candidate, 2016) and Max Auffhammer in Washington Post This settles it: Cold days are superior to hot days (01/07/2016)

Severin Borenstein in Politifact Arnold Schwarzenegger pumps up California’s clean energy debate (01/05/2016)

Severin Borenstein in MIT Technology Review Battles Over Net Metering Cloud the Future of Rooftop Solar (01/05/2016)

Catherine Wolfram in Marketplace Nevada makes rooftop solar less attractive (01/01/2016)

Severin Borenstein and Lucas Davis in Orange County Register Sunset unfair solar subsidies (12/31/2015)

Severin Borenstein on KQED Radio After Paris, the World Looks to California as Climate Leader (12/15/2015)

Lucas Davis on Reuters Experience shows Delhi’s “even/odd” car plan won’t cut massive pollution – U.S. expert (12/10/2015)

Severin Borenstein and Lucas Davis on Vox Clean energy tax credits mostly go to the affluent. Is there a better way? (11/24/2015)

Lucas Davis and EI alumna Catie Hausman on the International Monetary Fund online Magazine Power of the Atom (December issue)

Lucas Davis and Maximilian Auffhammer in The Boston Globe The looming battle for clean data (11/22/2015)

Catherine Wolfram in the International Growth Centre Blog Are we too fixated on rural electrification? (11/12/2015)

Lucas Davis in the San Diego Union-Tribune U.S. Nuclear retirements challenge clean-energy dream (11/9/2015)

Severin Borenstein on ABC 7 News, Bay Area experts say Keystone pipeline decision won’t change things (11/06/2015)

Severin Borenstein receives the “Outstanding Contributions to The Profession Award” from the International Association for Energy Economics (10/25/2015)

Severin Boenstein in Greentech Media The Future of Demand Response Without FERC Order 745 (10/23/2015)

Severin Borenstein in Power Magazine The Solar PV Economics Conundrum (10/23/2015)

Lucas Davis in National Geographic Website Climate Change: How to live with it (10/23/2015)

Severin Borenstein on KCRW’s To the Point Is the Gravy Train over for oil? (10/21/2015)

Severin Borenstein in the Los Angeles Times Refiners and industry group refuse to meet about California gas prices (10/13/2015)

Andrew Campbell in CNBC Utilities’ Newest Solar Battleground: California (10/05/2015)

Severin Borenstein on KCRW Solar v. Utility Companies (09/29/2015)

Lucas Davis in Design News The Rich are Getting Most of the EV Subsidies (09/29/2015)

Severin Borenstein in the Contra Costa Times California’s low gas prices could stick around into 2017 (09/27/2015)

Severin Borenstein and Lucas Davis in The Wall Street Journal Study: Wealthy Claim Most Energy Credits and The Wealthiest Households Claim 90% of Tax Credits for Buying Electric Cars (09/24/2015)

Catherine Wolfram in Berkeley Haas Magazine Network Power (09/18/2015)

Severin Borenstein’s appointment as Chair of PMAC mentioned in the Contra Costa Times (09/17/2015)

Severin Borenstein appointed as the Chair of the Petroleum Market Advisory Committee (09/10/2015)

Severin Borenstein on WBUR California’s Bold Plan to Curb Gas Use (09/10/2015)

Severin Borenstein and Lucas Davis in the Sacramento Bee California Shows Class Bias in Green Subsidies (09/05/2015)

Severin Borenstein in the Wall Street Journal California’s Climate-Change Push Heats Up (09/04/2015)

Severin Borenstein on NPR California Considers Sweeping Proposals To Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions (09/03/2015)

Severin Borenstein and Lucas Davis on Money Talks News Clean Energy Tax Credits Mostly Benefit the Wealthy (09/01/2015)

Severin Borenstein on KGO Radio Study Finds Mostly Wealthy Homeowners Claim Energy Tax Breaks (08/26/2015)

Severin Borenstein in MIT Technology Review Paying for Solar Power (08/17/2015)

Severin Borenstein in KTVU Fox News Political war over global warming heats up for oil industry (08/12/2015)

Severin Borenstein and Lucas Davis in the Washington Examiner Green tax credits mostly help the rich (08/11/2015)

Lucas Davis in MotherJones Cool It on the AC Already September/October Issue

Lucas Davis in KPBS Counting Customer Costs For San Onofre Closure: $10.4 Billion (08/03/2015)

Severin Borenstein, OP-ED “Is the future of electricity generation really distributed?” in The Modesto Bee (08/02/2015) The Orange County Register (08/04/2015)

Catherine Wolfram in E&E News ‘Empathy,’ not incentives or environmentalism, sells solar power in India (07/31/2015)

Lucas Davis in Discovery News Is Air Conditioning Killing the Planet? (07/28/2015)

Severin Borenstein in SF Chronicle Gov. Brown wants to keep oil in the ground. But whose oil? (07/26/2015)

NPR spotlights co-authors Ted Miguel and Catherine Wolfram’s Solar Kenya project Obama Thinks Solar Power Will Boost Kenya; Kenyans Aren’t So Sure (07/23/2015)

Severin Borenstein on Marketplace Oil is cheap, but gas is still expensive in California (07/22/2015)

Severin Borenstein on Capital Public Radio Climate Change: California’s In Front And Not Looking Back (07/20/2015)

Meredith Fowlie in CBS News, U.S. making major gains in energy efficiency (07/16/2015)

Severin Borenstein in KTVU News, California gasoline drought as resources shipped elsewhere (07/16/2015)

Severin Borenstein in KTVU News, Some claim latest gas price spike caused by oil industry (07/13/2015)

Severin Borenstein in The Daily Democrat, PUC approves big changes in state’s electricity rate system (07/03/2015)

“Study Finds Costs of Residential Energy Efficiency Investments are Double the Benefits”, Meredith Fowlie and Catherine Wolfram in Associated Press, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Vox, Bloomberg, The Washington Post,, Fox, ABC, and CNN (6/24/2015)

Lucas Davis in The Wall Street Journal, High-Tech Solar Projects Fail to Deliver (06/12/2015)

Lucas Davis on UN Dispatch, “Air conditioners can teach us a lot about international development” (Podcast) (06/04/2015)

Severin Borenstein at Navigating the American Carbon World (Video) (05/28/2015)

Andrew Campbell in KQED News, PG&E President to Retire as Utility Faces Mounting Scrutiny (05/27/2015)

Severin Borenstein in Orange County Register, Singing the summer-blend blues (05/27/2015)

Lucas Davis in Asian Scientist, Exponential Aircon Use Could Drive Global Warming (05/26/2015)

Severin Borenstein in Las Vegas Sun, NV Energy fights to keep rooftop solar from cutting into its profit (05/26/2015)

Severin Borenstein on CBS Evening News, What’s driving high gas prices in California? (05/25/2015)

Lucas Davis in USA Today, Ironically, air conditioning could be the thing fueling future global warming (05/20/2015)

Severin Borenstein in SF Weekly, Why The Hell Is This Marin Gas Station Charging Drivers Nearly $8 a Gallon? (05/13/2015)

Catherine Wolfram in The Guardian, Utility companies start hawking appliances (05/13/2015)

Severin Borenstein in KTVU News, Gas prices rose 75 cents in the last month (05/12/2015)

Severin Borenstein in KTVU News, Advocates demand transparency from refineries as gas prices spike (05/05/2015)

Severin Borenstein in KCRW, Tesla’s Battery: Luxury Item of Energy Storage Game Changer? (05/04/2015)

Professor Fowlie Appointed Endowed Chair (05/01/2015)

Lucas Davis in The Verge, More people are going to buy air conditioners — and they may need a ton of energy (04/27/2015)

Lucas Davis in Newswise, The Cost of Staying Cool When Incomes Heat Up

Lucas Davis in The Washington Post, Cool homes, hot planet: How air conditioning explains the world (04/27/2015)

Severin Borenstein in KTVU News, The low down on why San Francisco gas prices aren’t so low (04/04/2015)

Severin Borenstein in The Press Enterprise, GASOLINE: Price rise makes skeptics of consumers (03/06/2015)

Severin Borenstein in KTVU News, California drivers cope with enormous spike in gas prices (03/02/2015)

Severin Borenstein on KQED, Climbing Gas Prices (02/28/2015)

Severin Borenstein in The Seattle Times, State Senate doing its oily best to ignore us on transportation (02/27/15)

Severin Borenstein in SF Gate, Democrat proposes carbon cash: $1,000 for every American (02/26/15)

Severin Borenstein in The Orange County Register, Playing cap-and-trade hide-and-seek (02/11/15)

Lucas Davis in Scientific American, Low Gas Prices Smooth Path for Carbon Add-On in California  (01/06/2015)

Severin Borenstein in, Texas, Calif. throw their weight around on power plant regulations  (01/05/2015

Severin Borenstein in The Sacramento Bee, Gas prices rise for first time in weeks; California cap-and-trade effect cited  (01/02/2015)

Severin Borenstein in The Huffington Post, Marketing California’s “Climate Credit for Cars” to Everyone  (12/30/2014)

Severin Borenstein in The Fresno Bee, Coming in 2015: A gas price increase that consumers may or may not notice  (12/20/2014)

Lucas Davis in CBS Miami, EnergyGuide Labels Accuracy In Question  (12/19/14)

Severin Borenstein on, Low gas prices help state economy  (12/17/2014)

California names Severin Borenstein as one of 5 members of Petroleum Market Advisory Committee (12/16/2014)

Severin Borenstein Op-Ed, “Learning to Love Paying 10 more Cents at the Pump”, in the LA Times (12/14/2014)

Severin Borenstein on Gas Prices Drop to 4-Year Low  on KQED Forum (12/05/2014)

Severin Borenstein on Gas Prices Morning Addition – (12/09/2014)

Severin Borenstein on Cap-and-Trade “Double Whammy for State Fuel Suppliers” in Breaking Energy (12/05/2014)

EI Faculty comment on: “Top economists analyze Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan” in Environmental Research Web (11/172014)

EI Faculty comment on: “Can It Work? Economists Grade a Key Part of Obama’s Climate Policy” in NBC News (11/13/2014)

Lucas Davis on Better Yellow Labels, Consumer Talk with Michael Finney, KGO-Radio (11/08/2014)

Severin Borenstein in, “Bernie Sanders Shatters The Big Keystone XL Lie: Pipeline Will Cause US Gas Prices To Go Up” (11/07/2014)

EI@Haas Working Paper, “Studies Cast Doubt on Value of Daylight- Saving Time”,  WSJ (10/31/2014)

Severin Borenstein in Marketplace, “SolarCity Courts Customers by Selling Bonds” (10/20/2014)

Lucas Davis in The Wall Street Journal, “How to Cut Residential Energy Use” (9/28/2014)

Lucas Davis in Marketplace, “The Price of AC Units Has Cooled Down” (9/26/2014)

Severin Borenstein in Environment 360, “Oil Companies Quietly Prepare For a Future of Carbon Pricing” (9/23/2014)

Severin Borenstein in Bloomberg Businessweek, “Shell’s Jekyll and Hyde Approach to Climate Change” (9/08/2014)

Catherine Wolfram in The New York Times, “Accounting for the Expanding Carbon Shadow from Coal-Burning Plants” (8/28/2014)

Meredith Fowlie in Climate Central “Coal Terminal Decision Highlights Exports’ GHGs” (8/21/2014)

Lucas Davis in the Milken Review, “The Cost of Global Fuel Subsidies” (7/29/2014)

Severin Borenstein in BBC News “Scottish independence: Life beyond oil in Texas and California”  (7/10/2014)

Press Release: Final Report on California Cap-and-Trade by Market Simulation Group (7/7/2014)

Severin Borenstein in the Los Angeles Times “Cable TV boxes become 2nd biggest energy users in many homes” (6/17/2014)

EI@Haas Working paper, “The Economic Cost of Global Fuel Subsidies” by Lucas Davis gets attention in WSJ blog, Huffington Post, Chicago Policy Review, Economist, and The Atlantic

Severin Borenstein on Solar Growth on Marketplace “Solar Grows, With Government Help” (4/18/2014)

Severin Borenstein on Energy Markets and Utilities on KPCC Southern California Public Radio “PG&E charged with 12 criminal counts for fatal 2010 San Bruno blast” (4/2/2014)

Maximilian Auffhammer on Pollution in China on the BBC News (3/4/2014)

Catherine Wolfram on Energy and Water in The Los Angeles Times “Water conservation’s other benefit: It’s a power saver” (3/3/2014)

Severin Borenstein on Natural Gas Prices on Marketplace “Natural gas bills are up and not just because of cold” (2/25/2014)

Severin Borenstein on Proposed a Carbon Tax on Gas and Other Fuels on KQED Forum “Proposed Gas Tax Would Alter Climate Law” (2/24/2014)

Catherine Wolfram on Climate Change on KALW Local Public Radio “Today on Your Call: Can we make the energy transition required by climate change?” (12/18/2013)

Veronica Irastorza on Efficiency Programs in Mexico in Public Utilities Fortnightly “Energy Efficiency Unknowns” (12/1/2013)

Catherine Wolfram on Energy Efficiency in NPR’s Weekend Edition “Tech Leaders, Economists Split Over Clean Energy’s Prospects” (11/26/2013)

Catherine Wolfram on World Carbon Emissions in NPR’s Morning Edition “What’s In It For U.S. To Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions?” (11/26/2013)

Catherine Wolfram on Shifting Solar Costs in The Huffington Post “Utility, solar company battle over rooftop panels” (11/18/2013)

Severin Borenstein on Smart Meters in NPR’s All Things Considered “Some Consumers Push Back Against ‘Smart’ Utility Meters” (8/13/2013)

Catherine Wolfram with The E2e Project on “Saving energy is great. But how much is actually possible?” in the Washington Post (6/18/2013)

Catherine Wolfram on MPG Want to Boost Fuel Economy? Stop Thinking About Miles Per Gallon in the Washington Post (6/6/2013)

Severn Borenstein Speaks at Travers Conference on Ethics and Accountability Regarding “California’s Energy/Climate Policy: Exporting Green Innovation”

Lucas Davis Testifies on Need for Rigorous Energy Efficiency Evaluation at “California State Assembly Hearing on Energy Efficiency” (3/6/2013)

Elizabeth Bailey, Christopher Knittel and Catherine Wolfram on Energy Efficiency in “Energy efficiency needs more research” in USA Today (2/28/2013)

Catherine Wolfram Speaks on Energy Efficiency Evaluation at Senator Forum on California Senate Bill 39 (1/23/2013)

Catherine Wolfram on Energy Efficiency in “Viewpoints: What can California learn from clothier about energy efficiency?” in the Sacramento Bee (1/16/2013)

Energy Institute Research Alumnus, Carla Peterman, Appointed as Newest Commissioner to the California Public Utilities Commission (12/21/2012)

Meredith Fowlie, Matthew Kahn, and Frank Wolak on AB-32 in “California Law Tests Company Responses to Carbon Costs” in The New York Times (12/24/2012)

Elizabeth M. Bailey and Frank Wolak on “Cap and trade should look to broader goals” in the Sacramento Bee (11/02/2012)

Severin Borenstein and Ryan Kellogg on “U.S. Oil Boom Falls Short of Pump” in the Wall Street Journal (10/15/2012)

Severin Borenstein on Gas Price Spikes on “In Depth: Bay Area Energy Expert Advocates for Investments in Science and Tech” on KCBS (10/15/2012)

Severin Borenstein on Gas Price Spikes on “Pain at the Pump in California” KQED (10/8/2012)

Elizabeth M. Bailey and Catherine Wolfram on New Business Models in “A Whole Different Kind of Innovation” in the Wall Street Journal (6/18/2012)

Catherine Wolfram on Energy Efficiency in “Why We Ignore Low-Tech Fixes for the Climate” in The Washington Post (6/2/2012)

Catherine Wolfram on Low-Tech Cleantech in “Fighting Climate Change with Low-Tech Tools” in Bloomberg View (5/20/2012)

Severin Borenstein on the Price of Gas in “Straight Talk on the Price of Gas.” in NPR’s On Point (4/9/2012)

Severin Borenstein on High Gas Prices in “The U.S. Can’t Control the World Oil Market,” in (3/2/2012)

Severin Borenstein on Renewable Energy in “Making the Wrong Case for Renewable Energy,” Bloomberg Business Class (2/13/2012)

Catherine Wolfram on “Rising Middle Class Fuels Global Energy Surge” in Bloomberg Business Class (1/17/2012)

Max Auffhammer on Climate Change in California in “Governor Jerry Brown Kicks Off California Climate Change Conference with Attack on ‘Deniers‘” in (12/15/2011)

Lucas Davis on Nuclear Power Post-Fukushima in “Nuclear Concerns Temporary, Berkeley Prof Says” in The Chicago Maroon (11/18/2011)

Severin Borenstein on Residential Solar Technology in “State Gets Mixed Reviews on Solar Power” in The Los Angeles Times (11/9/2011)

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