This webinar previews what to expect during the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s Annual Reliability Technical Conference, especially as it relates to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed “111” rules governing carbon pollution from existing power plants. Our panel of experts discusses how we can build a clean electric grid that complies with the rules while remaining reliable.
On June 15, 2023, the Sabin Center and Energy Innovation Policy & Technology LLC co-organized a panel discussion on Electricity System Decarbonization, featuring prominent leaders in the energy sector.
EI’s Dan Esposito discusses how federal rules can ensure clean hydrogen reduces power sector emissions from hundreds of billions in Inflation Reduction Act incentives, and create an industry that thrives on its own without requiring subsidies.
Inflation Reduction Act incentives have made 99 percent of the remaining U.S. coal fleet uneconomic compared to building new local renewables. Experts discuss how IRA funds can generate billions for coal-to-clean communities while helping the U.S. hit climate targets.
Modelers from RMI and Energy Innovation Policy & Technology LLC® publicly launch 48 Energy Policy Simulator state models, demonstrate their capabilities, and discuss topline findings.
The Inflation Reduction Act is the most significant climate legislation in United States history, but reaching its full economic development and emissions reduction potential will require state and local governments to act quickly on implementation. This webinar features experts from Energy Innovation and the U.S. Department of Energy discussing what’s in the IRA and what’s needed to unlock its full potential.
EI’s Dan Esposito joins Janet McCabe, deputy administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and John Applegate professor of law at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law, to discuss the significance of the Inflation Reduction Act and the potential impact.
In this launch event, EI’s CEO Hal Harvey and investigative journalist Justin Gillis lay out an action plan to drive America’s greenhouse gas emissions down to zero in their book The Big Fix, in conversation with Vice President Al Gore. We as citizens need to do more than yell at the TV or turn down our air-conditioners. That’s thinking too small. Harvey and Gillis share stories of the thousands of Americans who aren’t waiting for Washington, who are organizing locally and thinking BIG about the planet’s future.
This is part three of a three part series that details the Energy Policy Simulator (EPS). In this video, our team walks through each of the remaining key sectors and calculation in the of the EPS, including the input-output model and associated cash flows, land use, carbon capture, endogenous learning, district heating and hydrogen supply, and health impacts, and discusses the input data and methodology used for calculating policy impacts in these parts of the model.
This is part two of a three part series that details the Energy Policy Simulator (EPS). In this video, our team walks through each of the main sectors of the EPS – industry, buildings, electricity, and transportation – and discusses the input data and methodology used for calculating policy impacts.