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About CCEP

The RFF Center for Climate and Electricity Policy (CCEP) conducts research and analysis designed to inform the development of domestic and international climate mitigation, adaptation, and electricity policies.

CCEP researchers respond to requests for research, analysis, and briefings from policymakers and stakeholders in the United States and abroad; analyze newly proposed policies; develop new analytical tools; create proposals for new policy designs; and host continuing dialogues among key decisionmakers and researchers to elevate the quality of policy discussions.

CCEP thanks the following for their generous support during 2013:

Gregory Alexander
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
American Honda Motor Company
Bipartisan Policy Center
CF Industries
Consolidated Edison Company of New York
W. Bowman Cutter
Duke Energy
Edison Electric Institute
Energy Foundation
Exxon Mobil Corporation
GE Foundation
General Electric
Generation Foundation

​Joseph Gleberman
Goldman, Sachs & Co.
The Grantham Foundation for the Protection of the Environment
Heising-Simons Foundation
Lawrence Linden
Robert Litterman
The Mistra Foundation
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Rockefeller Family Fund
The Salt River Project
Samuel Freeman Trust
Southern California Edison
Southern Company
US Department of Energy
US Environmental Protection Agency
The G. Unger Vetlesen Foundation

For more information about CCEP, contact CCEP Assistant Director Kristin Hayes at

About RFF

RFF is a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization that conducts independent research—rooted primarily in economics—on environmental, energy, and natural resource issues. Learn more about RFF here.

RFF’s Centers of Excellence tackle critical environmental issues, for today and the future.

Center Director
Ray Kopp As the director of CCEP, Ray Kopp works with the full complement of center researchers to establish and carry out the center’s research agenda.
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