Clean Energy

Publications

, S&P Global
PJM state consumer advocates tout importance of power market evolution in CEO search
Travis Kavulla

From S&P Global:

“The power markets are not solving for, and were not designed for, the accomplishment of environmental objectives,” Travis Kavulla, director of energy and environmental policy…

, The Appalachian Voice
New Coalition Aims to Reform Energy Policy in Virginia
Travis Kavulla

From The Appalachian Voice:

In addition to Appalachian Voices, members of the coalition include Clean Virginia, Earth Stewardship Alliance, FreedomWorks, Piedmont Environmental Council, R Street…

, Utility Dive
Securitization fever: Renewables advocates seize Wall Street’s innovative way to end coal
Travis Kavulla

From Utility Dive:

Accelerated depreciation will not diminish securitization fever because it increases costs to consumers, R Street Institute Energy & Environmental Policy Director Travis…

, Our Daily Planet
The Nuclear Industry is Gaming the System at the Cost of Renewables
Travis Kavulla

From Our Daily Planet:

These mandates have been very effective at reducing the cost of renewable energy but as Travis Kavulla, director of energy policy at the R Street Institute,…

Lots of ‘bunts and singles’ in developing civic spaces can add up to home runs
Travis Kavulla

From Crain’s Cleveland Business:

THIS AND THAT

• Politico runs an essay by Travis Kavulla, director of energy and environment policy at the R Street Institute, a free…

Booker heads to Mill-e-wah-que
Travis Kavulla

From Politico New Jersey Playbook:

THE NUCLEAR OPTION — Nuclear energy’s stealth takeover, by R Street Institute’s Travis Kavulla for POLITICO: For the past several years, I’ve been…

, Politico
How nuclear plants are gaming climate-change rules
Travis Kavulla

Climate change is underway—and with the U.S. government mostly sitting on its hands when it comes to climate policy, states have been stepping into the breach. For more than a decade, state…

Bipartisan Support of a Nuclear Energy Bill Shows What Green New Deal Looks Like Without Price Tag
William Murray

Bipartisan legislation supporting advanced nuclear technology may someday be viewed as the missing piece to the low-carbon technology puzzle that Congress has been painstakingly putting together for…

, Politico
Busy day off the Hill
Travis Kavulla

From Politico Morning Energy:

A SENSE OF PURPA: Two former presidents of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners — a Democrat and a Republican — wrote a…

, National Review
Letters
Travis Kavulla

From National Review:

O Green New World

Travis Kavulla’s article “What Is the Green New Deal?” (March 11) challenges the GOP to create new climate policies that will put consumers first….