Two Major Pieces Of President Joe Biden’s Climate Plan Could Get Cut From The Build Back Better Plan
EI’s analysis underscores the importance of various climate provisions in the Build Back Better Act.
EI analysis finds the CEPP could account for up to one third of the emissions reductions in the Build Back Better Act.
EI modeling is cited in an article discussing options for federal climate program action after opposition to the CEPP weakened the reconciliation bill’s potential.
EI’s Mike O’Boyle explains that while the U.S. utility sector is adding more clean energy, it’s not moving fast enough to hit the country’s climate goals.
EI’s Robbie Orvis explains that the Build Back Better Act is the most ambitious climate policy in U.S. history, even if the CEPP is excluded from the final bill.
EI’s Robbie Orvis explains that utilities need to move faster to meet U.S. climate targets, and the Build Back Better Act contains provisions that could speed their progress.
EI analysis looks at the critical carbon reduction components of the Build Back Better Act and examines how much greenhouse gas pollution each one will reduce.
EI’s Robbie Orvis explains what’s needed for the U.S. to hit its climate goals.
EI’s Sara Baldwin discusses non-legislative climate options for the Biden regulatory push if the reconciliation bill is weakened.
EI modeling is cited in an article discussing the international impacts of Sen. Manchin’s opposition to the CEPP upon COP plans.