Electricity Markets & Policy (EMP) publishes independent, interdisciplinary analyses of technical, economic, and policy issues related to the U.S. electricity sector. Through publications, presentations, and direct technical assistance to states, the organization seeks to inform decision-makers in the public and private sectors about topics such as renewable energy, demand response in electric grids, electric system planning, electricity reliability and resilience, and energy efficiency. Readers can navigate the menu at the top of the page to check out EMP's reports and presentations ("Publications"); interactive visualizations, data presentations, and market reports ("Visualizations"); and recorded video webinars with links to accompanying reports ("Webinars"). Viewers may also use the "Research" dropdown menu to browse materials by topic. The "Tools" section provides energy professionals with a number of useful modeling tools. These include the FINDER Model for quantifying financial impacts of adopting distributed energy resources, the Resource Planning Portal database of long-term planning information, and the SUPRA Tool, a financial analysis tool geared toward island and remote communities. Readers can click "Mailing List" to sign up to receive EMP's reports and webinars in their inbox. EMP is a department of the Berkeley Lab, a U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratory managed by the University of California.