Clean Electricity Standard, Key to Climate Fight, Awaits Definition
CQ Roll Call cites RFF research on state adoption practices of clean electricity standards.
"Electricity standards are common in the U.S., found in conservative- and liberal-leaning states alike. A tally from Resources for the Future, a nonpartisan research organization, shows roughly three-quarters of states adopted voluntary or compulsory electricity standards by early 2019."
Issue Brief — Jan 24, 2019
Clean Energy Standards
Exploring the options available for policymakers to implement a CES at the state or federal level.
Media Highlight — Nov 8, 2023
New York Times: “A Package of Bold Laws Puts Michigan on a Fast Track to Renewable Energy”
RFF Senior Fellow Dallas Burtraw comments on Michigan's groundbreaking new climate package.
On the Issues — Jun 23, 2023
On the Issues: Protecting Coastal Communities, Electric Truck Infrastructure, and More
A biweekly newsletter connecting global current events, pressing climate and energy policy news, and economics research from RFF scholars. This week: protecting coastal communities, electric truck infrastructure, and more.
Common Resources — Nov 15, 2021
Effective Incentives for Hydrogen Production, with Long- and Near-Term Climate Benefits
A tax credit for clean hydrogen will likely appear in the Build Back Better Act, but the details keep changing—and from the most recent House draft of the bill, not for the better.