Clean Energy

Publications

, DC Journal
Counterpoint: It Was a Good Year If You Are a Mainstream Republican
Eli Lehrer

In many ways, 2022 might seem like it was a pretty bad year for Americans on the political right. After all, the year saw record budget deficits, spending bills loaded with corporate welfare, a…

, New York Magazine
Climate Hawks Should Have Given Joe Manchin His Pipeline
Philip Rossetti

From New York Magazine:
As of 2021, 42 percent of all projects stalled by the National Environmental Policy Act’s review process involved green infrastructure or…

Radio: What Energy Policy Will Look Like With a Divided Government
Josiah Neeley

From Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson:
Energy and gas prices continue to be a top priority for Americans. But with a divided Congress.. Republicans in the House, Democrats in the Senate… what…

Outlook for Energy Policy Under the Next Congress
Philip Rossetti & Josiah Neeley

The 2022 election results are finally coming into focus, which now leads to the question everyone is asking: what will energy and climate policy look like in the next Congress? The picture being…

Radio: UN Climate Conference Focuses on the Wrong Solutions
Philip Rossetti

From Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson:

Leaders from the US and across the globe continue to gather in Egypt this week for the UN Climate Change Conference. Their goal is to work through problems…

Is climate change still the priority of the climate conference?
Philip Rossetti

Every year the world’s leaders and their delegates convene at the Conference of the Parties (COP), which is the United Nations-hosted annual climate conference. The purpose of the conference…

Green Scissors Coalition Letter on the Civil Nuclear Credit Program: Draft Guidance for the Second Award Period
Nan Swift

November 4, 2022

Grid Deployment Office

U.S. Department of Energy

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RE: Civil Nuclear Credit Program: Draft Guidance for the Second Award Period, 87 FR 60665…

Clean Energy Transition Requirements: Critical Minerals, Supply Chains and Domestic Manufacturing
Philip Rossetti

From Essential Energy Everyday:

Battery Council International and Essential Energy Everyday discuss the sustainability and role of lead batteries in the transition to a low carbon future. This…

Opportunities for Competitive Policy Mechanisms to Improve Carbon Dioxide Removal
Philip Rossetti

Introduction
Advances in carbon dioxide removal (CDR) technology are generating new debate around the role of government in their adoption. To date, public policy mechanisms like grants and tax…

Carbon dioxide removal can help the climate––if only the government can enable competition
Ann Phelan

WASHINGTON (Oct. 24, 2022)—A new report published today by Philip Rossetti, resident senior fellow for Energy Policy at the R Street Institute and Nick Loris, vice president of public policy at C3…

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