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On February 10, the White House announced the Clean Energy Investment Initiative, driven in part by this report co-authored by Steyer-Taylor Center deputy director Alicia Seiger, Sarah Kearney and Peter Berliner.
Faculty Research Director Stefan Reichelstein and Research Fellow Stephen Comello investigate a policy for early adoption of carbon capture technology that would meaningfully reduce carbon dioxide emissions and result in relatively modest electricity cost increases.
With growing gridlock in Washington, states throughout the country—both red and blue—are implementing innovative renewable energy and energy efficiency programs which could be adopted by their neighbors to improve their economies and reduce emissions cost-effectively.
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Mar 11, 2015
International Business Times