From Mercatus Center :
If the goal is to lower emissions as efficiently and effectively as possible, ideal policy levers include a carbon tax  coupled with regulatory reform  and an increased international R&D effort to fund technologies , preferably those with the lowest abatement cost and highest probability of penetrating the market.
- “Mercatus Center”: https://www.mercatus.org/bridge/commentary/does-us-need-biden%E2%80%99s-clean-energy-industrial-policy-compete-china
- “carbon tax”: https://www.rstreet.org/2021/03/31/return-of-the-carbon-tax-why-its-so-popular-with-industry-lately/
- “regulatory reform”: https://thehill.com/opinion/energy-environment/545584-biden-should-cut-red-tape-to-unleash-the-green-economy
- “increased international R&D effort to fund technologies”: https://clearpath.org/tech-101/reforming-mission-innovation/