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BPC Commends Quadrennial Energy Review Legislation

Energy / Press Release April 21, 2015

Energy policy will greatly benefit from periodic and systematic assessment of goals, progress, and challenges.

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Bipartisan Tip Sheet – April 2015

Blog / Blog April 10, 2015

A monthly roundup of events featuring BPC founders, senior fellows, project leaders and staff.

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Harnessing Innovation to Solve Energy-Water-Food Nexus Challenges

Energy / Press Release April 7, 2015

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center is hosting the third in a series of roundtables, The Energy-Water-Food Nexus.

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Bipartisan Tip Sheet – February 2015

Blog / Blog February 9, 2015

A monthly roundup of events featuring Bipartisan Policy Center founders, senior fellows, project leaders and staff.

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What are Republicans going to do about climate change?

Energy / News January 23, 2015

“This is sort of like the coming attractions before a movie,” says Laura Hall, manager of the legislative arm of the Bipartisan Policy Center, a Washington-based think tank.

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Govt. Role in Energy R&D Is Key Amid Challenging Times

Margot Anderson / Blog December 5, 2014

Yet again, Congress appears poised to pass a retroactive, one-year extension of the clean energy and research & development tax credits. But retroactive short-term extensions and underfunded R&D programs will not meet America’s energy challenges, or deliver on the remarkable…

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Bipartisanship and the Next Generation of Leaders: A Partnership with The Washington Center

Blog / Blog January 13, 2014

BPC recently partnered with The Washington Center for the first week of its annual Inside Washington Seminar: Exploring Bipartisan Solutions.

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Obama orders review of U.S. energy infrastructure

Energy / News January 9, 2014

President Barack Obama on Thursday ordered a broad review of the country’s energy infrastructure, noting that factors such as rising demand and climate change have put increased pressure on the aging system.

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‘Cool kids’ jump to Moniz’s new policy shop

Energy / News November 12, 2013

There’s a new office generating buzz and big expectations at the Department of Energy. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, who launched the policy shop as part of a larger DOE overhaul, is stocking it with top talent from the climate and…

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Clean Energy Innovation and Deployment Policies Work Best Together

Jason Burwen / Blog November 6, 2013

Last week, BPC’s Margot Anderson participated in a panel discussion on the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation’s (ITIF) latest report, “Challenging the Clean Energy Deployment Consensus.” Provocative in tone, the report argues that a transition to a low-carbon energy system…

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