July 15, 2024

Clean Air Task Force (CATF)

Sabin Center for Climate Change Law
Renewable Development Faces Regulatory Tangle
Two new reports examine the profusion of local and state regulations affecting renewable energy development.
DTE Energy
EPA, FERC Hear from Stakeholders on Reliability
Both EPA and FERC received comments on how reliability can be maintained under the former’s power plant rule that requires fossil fuel-fired units to curtail their emissions.
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Summit Showcases New Technologies to Accelerate Industrial Decarb
New technologies upend conventional wisdom that heavy industry — cement, steel, petrochemicals — will be hard to abate or require carbon capture. But how fast can they scale?
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California Bill to Speed Transmission Development Passes State Senate
The bill to accelerate development of new transmission lines passed the state Senate on a vote of 36-0 and is now headed for the lower house.
House Energy and Commerce Committee
House Hearing Examines State of the Nuclear Power Industry
A House Energy & Commerce subcommittee heard testimony on the state of the nuclear industry as its members start work on a bill to deploy new advanced reactors.
The Brattle Group
OSW Transmission Planning Must be Interregional, Networked and Start Now
The U.S. will require a massive mobilization of resources and careful planning to build the transmission needed to the meet its OSW goals, a new report says.
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Overheard at Infocast Transmission & Interconnection Summit 2022
Frustration over the lack of transmission growth and interregional planning mixed with optimism over FERC’s recent rulemakings at the Transmission Summit.
IPCC Report Calls for Urgent Action on Climate Change
The world must quickly and radically cut its dependence on fossil fuels or face disaster, says the latest United Nations report on climate change.
Clean Air Task Force
Carbon Capture Needed for ‘Last-mile Decarbonization’
Fifty-one carbon capture and storage projects were announced in the U.S. in 2021, more than the total of all projects announced in the previous three years.
National Clean Energy Week
Overheard at National Clean Energy Week
A two-day Policy Makers Symposium at National Clean Energy Week provided insight into the mainstreaming of the clean energy transition in the U.S.

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