The Impact of the Clean Power Plan: Modeling for Strategic Insights

The US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) Clean Power Plan—the first national standard to target carbon dioxide emissions from the electric power sector—is intended to reduce emissions 32 percent below 2005 levels by 2030. However, industry leaders, policymakers, and the public still have questions about how the Clean Power Plan will impact the mix of power generation, the interconnected grid, cross-state electricity markets, and how consumers use electricity.

Workshops & Seminars featuring Tom Curry, M. Gary Helm, Jennifer Macedonia, Victor Niemeyer, Anthony Paul, and Ira Shavel — Feb. 11, 2016

The Impact of the Clean Power Plan: Modeling for Strategic Insights

The US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) Clean Power Plan—the first national standard to target carbon dioxide emissions from the electric power sector—is intended to reduce emissions 32 percent below 2005 levels by 2030. However, industry leaders, policymakers, and the public still have questions about how the Clean Power Plan will impact the mix of power generation, the interconnected grid, cross-state electricity markets, and how consumers use electricity.

Workshops & Seminars featuring Tom Curry, M. Gary Helm, Jennifer Macedonia, Victor Niemeyer, Anthony Paul, and Ira Shavel — Feb. 11, 2016

Participants

Tom Curry

M. Gary Helm

Jennifer Macedonia

Victor Niemeyer

Anthony Paul

Fellow

Ira Shavel