Ben Nathan leads research and advisement to utilities and cities on energy affordability and equity. Before he joined E Source, Ben worked at the US Department of Energy and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory where he helped states, local governments, and public utilities with their energy planning and management. He received a BA in geography from the George Washington University and an MA in city planning from the University of Pennsylvania.
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We’re one year in to the Inflation Reduction Act. How is this milestone legislation impacting energy and affordability issues? Read on to get our perspective.
For years, utilities have been working toward a massive transition to electrification on the back of renewable energies. But now, the conversation has shifted beyond just generation and distribution: How can utilities make this transition equitable?
Energy equity continues to be the priority for many in the utility industry. And we don’t expect these important efforts to lose momentum any time soon. Let’s reflect on what the utility industry has accomplished so far, based on each element of the E Source energy equity framework.
Transportation is electrifying across the US and Canada, and electrification plans need to benefit all customers. Find out why it’s important to incorporate equity into your transportation electrification plan and manage the grid impacts of EVs.