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June 17, 2024
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NARUC Panel Calls for Clean Energy, GHG Emissions Tracking Standards
Federal, State and Corporate Energy Buyers Use Different, Often Confusing Tracking Methods
At the NARUC Winter Policy Summit, Rhode Island Public Utilities Commissioner Abigail Anthony (left) leads a discussion on the challenges of accounting for clean energy and greenhouse gas emissions, with (from left) Todd Bianco, Rhode Island PUC; Betsy Beck, Google; and Tanuj Deora, White House Council on Environmental Quality.
At the NARUC Winter Policy Summit, Rhode Island Public Utilities Commissioner Abigail Anthony (left) leads a discussion on the challenges of accounting for clean energy and greenhouse gas emissions, with (from left) Todd Bianco, Rhode Island PUC; Betsy Beck, Google; and Tanuj Deora, White House Council on Environmental Quality. | © RTO Insider LLC
Clean energy buyers all face a common challenge: figuring out how to keep track of both the clean energy they use and the carbon emissions they cut.
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