With the release of EPA’s rulemaking to regulate carbon dioxide emissions from existing power plants, BPC examines key issues and offers predictions of likely outcomes.
The analysis, based on economic modeling of the electricity sector, explores the impacts of various policy choices for state consideration in developing state plans.
BPC’s Energy Project explores national- and regional-level impacts of the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Clean Power Plan in its new economic analysis.
A newly-published paper aims to help states sort through the options to meet the proposed requirements under upcoming carbon regulations for existing power plants.
In mid-summer 2015, EPA is expected to issue its final Clean Power Plan regulations, which aim to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel-fired power plants.
Millions of comments have been submitted on the EPA’s proposed Clean Power Plan. BPC and NARUC will host a mix of panelists to share highlights from their submitted comments.
Pulling from a broad swath of interested stakeholders, BPC and NARUC gathered a mix of panelists to share highlights from their submitted comments on this regulatory undertaking.
Earlier this fall, Resources for the Future invited a slew of experts to comment on questions related to the administration’s Clean Power Plan, including who (and how) should translate the states’ assigned rate-based goals into mass-based goals? Jennifer Macedonia, senior…