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Renewables Curtailment: What we can Learn from Grid Operations in California and the Midwest

Comparing how electricity contracts, markets, and grid operations are evolving in California and the Midwest sheds light on changes that will be necessary as renewable sources like wind and solar begin to form the core of our electricity mix.

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The path toward a low-carbon California

California risks falling short of the pace necessary to meet the its target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions 80 percent below 1990 levels by 2050. Fortunately, California’s policymakers are putting in place the next phase of energy policies that would maintain the state’s leadership for decades to come. Energy Innovation has created a set of recommendations to keep the state on track for deep carbon reductions by 2030 and beyond.

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Target 2030: Top Four Climate Policy Recommendations for California

This policy brief highlights the top policies that will enable California to meet its renewable energy, energy efficiency, and transportation fuel use targets in 2030. Policy recommendations in the brief pertain to the state's cap-and-trade program, electricity sector, transportation sector, and methane sources.

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U.S. and China Experience Different Sources of Air Pollution

Energy Innovation's Chris Busch spoke with Voice of America about how pollution sources differ between modern day Beijing and 1960’s Los Angeles. He points out that Beijing’s pollution mostly comes from coal production around Beijing, whereas Los Angeles' pollution came from vehicle emissions due to the lack of exhaust emissions standards at the time.

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