From Politico Morning Energy:
WEIGHING IN: Travis Kavulla, director of energy and environmental policy at the right-leaning R Street Institute, argues in POLITICO’s Agenda that nuclear generators are co-opting state-level climate change policies to lock in sweetheart deals for themselves. “These state policies starkly differ from other carbon-reduction policies, such as a carbon tax or a cap-and-trade program,” Kavulla writes. “The nuclear subsidy schemes are an elaborate greenwashing that neither returns money to the public nor further reduces carbon emissions. And these are not cheap programs.” Read it here.