social cost of carbon (SCC)
President Joe Biden has directed all federal agencies to incorporate the social cost of greenhouse gases into a range of key processes.
More granular data and improved computing power are allowing economists to refine their climate change predictions — and, they hope, influence policy.
A study has found that high electricity prices in California, New York and New England could undermine efforts to electrify transportation and homes.
The Vermont Climate Council heard recommendations for following New York’s model on establishing a social cost of carbon for climate action plan analyses.
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals found fault with reviews by FERC on climate and environmental justice issues for planned LNG projects in Texas.
Clean energy advocates and solar developers told New York officials to tweak the VDER tariff, not make new processes to sustain PV growth.
New York agencies hosted a technical conference on ways to advance commercial, industrial, and community solar development.
Three-quarters of economists who study climate issues say “immediate and drastic action” is needed to address climate change, according to a new survey.
The NEPOOL Participants Committee’s first working session on the “Pathways to the Future Grid” effort featured ISO-NE’s proposed work on market frameworks.
A new report explores ways for New England to overcome the growing conflicts between states’ clean energy goals and ISO-NE's wholesale markets.
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