PSE Energy Quarterly is the newsletter of Physicians, Scientists, and Engineers (PSE) for Healthy Energy, a nonprofit research institute that studies the way energy production and use impact public health and the environment.
PSE’s Director of Research Dr. Elena Krieger has been appointed to two National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) committees: The Role of Net Metering in the Evolving Electricity System Committee and the Hazard Mitigation and Resilience Applied Research Topics Committee. Learn more.
PSE in the Media
- BuzzFeed: Gas Stoves Emit Pollutants. Here’s How They Impact Your Health
- The Weather Channel: Gas Stoves Leak Methane Even When Turned Off, Contributing to Global Warming More than Previously Thought: Study
- Inside Climate News: A California Water Board Assures the Public that Oil Wastewater Is Safe for Irrigation, But Experts Say the Evidence Is Scant
- Nature: Gas stoves help to cook the climate — even when off
- Energy News Network: Activists urge Massachusetts to take another look at need for peaking plants
- Smithsonian Magazine: Gas Stoves Are Worse for Climate and Health Than Previously Thought
- Scientific American: Gas Stoves Leak More Methane Than Previously Thought
- Fast Company: Your gas stove is leaking methane, even when it’s turned off
- Vox: Your gas stove is always polluting, even when it’s turned off
- Grist: Your gas stove is warming the climate — even when it’s turned off
- AP: Study: Gas stoves worse for climate than previously thought
- NPR: Gas stoves leak climate-warming methane even when they’re off
- Bloomberg Green: Americans’ Gas Stoves Are as Bad for Climate as 500,000 Cars
- Microgrid Knowledge: California bills aim to help communities create resilience, cut emissions with microgrids and DERs
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