America has emerged as a major force in the global energy landscape through substantial improvements in energy efficiency, increased deployment of renewables, and falling fossil fuel costs. BPC’s Energy Project provides policy insights on what these changes mean for policymakers and the public, and explores how the nation can build upon our new energy abundance to address climate change.
Innovation and Technology, Nuclear
BPC energy Experts
- Environmental Progress in the Oil and Gas Industry: What's Next?
July 12, 2018 PAST
- Improving the Efficiency of U.S. Export Controls for Nuclear Energy Technologies
February 26, 2018 PAST
- Conversation with FERC Commissioners Chatterjee and LaFleur: The Grid Resiliency Pricing Rule
January 16, 2018 PAST
- Grid Rule: Former FERC Commissioners and Stakeholders Weigh In
October 31, 2017 PAST SEE ALL EVENTS
- Importance of Federal Support for Science Research
- ARPA-E Funding Certainty Matters
- Five Reasons Energy Innovation Matters
- Innovative Energy Solutions Aid Disaster Recovery
- Jason Grumet: A New Climate of Realism Emerges in Energy Debate
- Erin Smith: Should environmentalists support carbon capture?
- Michele Stockwell: America Needs to Recommit to Investing in Science
- Wendy Wagner: Scott Pruitt’s New Rule Could Completely Transform the EPA