December 10, 2023

Clean Energy Standard (CES)

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States Make Progress Toward Renewable Energy Goals
Renewable energy is growing beyond its targets, due in part to the standards that set those targets.
NY DPS Decreases ZEC Prices by 14%
The price of New York ZECs is set to fall 14% for the next two years after the agency that administratively sets the price issued its biennial price adjustment.
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Minnesota’s ‘Clean Cars’ Emissions Standards Debated, Approved
Minnesota legislators have approved an environmental budget bill that includes tougher vehicle emissions standards, but the battle is far from over.
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100% Clean Power by 2035 Needs Energy Standard with a Twist
The U.S. could pass a clean energy standard through budget reconciliation by changing the way the standard works, Leah Stokes of UC-Santa Barbara says.
US Offshore Wind Critical to New England’s Decarbonized Future Grid
The success of the drive by five New England states to decarbonize their economies may ultimately depend on the development of massive offshore wind farms.
Study Says NC Needs Clean Energy Standard to Meet Climate Goals
Environmental advocates say North Carolina's upcoming decision on joining the RGGI could be critical to its efforts to cut carbon emissions 70% by 2030.
Biden Infrastructure Plan Would Boost Clean Energy
Biden’s infrastructure plan includes a 10-year extension of the ITC for solar and storage, a new Grid Deployment Authority at DOE.
States Working out the Details of Getting to 100%
Officials from Arizona, Colorado, Michigan, New Jersey and Virginia spoke about their top priorities for 2021 at the Energy Storage Association Policy Forum
Biden Urged to Avoid Obama’s Climate Mistakes
President-elect Joe Biden should avoid the mistakes President Barack Obama made in attempting to reduce emissions, environmental law experts said.
Dems’ Senate Gains Raise Hopes for Biden Agenda
The Democrats’ victory in Georgia means Joe Biden may have and easier time opening the door to some form of climate legislation.

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