Direct Air Capture – Key Takeaways from the National Academies Report on Negative Emission Technologies
There is growing global momentum for low-carbon technologies, which present opportunities to protect our environment and grow our economy, and decision makers are heeding these political and market signals. Policymakers on both sides of the aisle are beginning to look…
From refrigerators to furnaces, the Department of Energy’s appliance efficiency standards impact nearly everyone’s life.
BPC hosted a discussion to explore what efficiency standards have accomplished, what the future could bring, and what Congress should have in mind as it considers new energy legislation.
The proposed Clean Power Plan sets emission goals based, in part, on assumptions about the cost and availability of new energy efficiency.
The Senate’s ability to conduct this productive process while considering a highly partisan issue is an early sign that both Republicans and Democrats are up to the challenge.