Chart of the week
Chart: Most voters support climate bill, including majority of Republicans
A poll of likely voters finds overwhelming support for the Inflation Reduction Act, which includes big investments in clean energy and good jobs.
Chart: Most US voters prefer candidates who care about climate change
A recent survey found that nearly 60% of registered voters prefer political candidates who will take action on climate change — including more than a quarter of Republicans.
Chart: Which power sources are most deadly? Hint — not solar and wind
Fossil fuels kill far more people than renewables and nuclear — and that's just counting deaths from air pollution and accidents, not climate disasters.
Chart: Tesla is still trouncing competitors on EV sales in the US
His Twitter bid may have been a bust, but Elon Musk's company owns over 70% of the market share for electric cars.
Chart: China’s offshore wind frenzy drove recent record global growth
Eighty percent of the world's new offshore wind capacity was installed in China last year, and the country is expected to dominate the sector for years to come.
Chart: Most voters support EPA limiting CO2 pollution from power plants
A hefty majority of likely voters dissent from the Supreme Court’s latest ruling on climate action.
Chart: China dominates production of minerals needed for clean energy
Extraction and processing of critical minerals and metals are concentrated in a few countries, most notably China — and that’s a challenge for the energy transition.
Chart: China is trouncing the US on battery recycling
In Asia and Europe, policy is driving the growth of lithium-ion battery recycling. The U.S. still lacks rules that would spur industry momentum.
Chart: Most US solar jobs are in installation, not manufacturing
The Auxin trade probe aims to support U.S. solar manufacturing, but if it succeeds, it could kill jobs in the much larger installation and development sector.