New York Times: "EPA Proposes First Limits on Climate Pollution from Existing Power Plants"
RFF Senior Fellow Dallas Burtraw is quoted in a breaking news story about the US Environmental Protection Agency's new proposed regulations to limit power plant pollution.
“Each of these several regulations from the E.P.A. are contributing to the whole picture that is necessary to steer this ocean liner away from the worst climate disaster,” said Dallas Burtraw, an economist with Resources for the Future, a nonpartisan research organization that focuses on energy and environmental policy.
Testimony and Public Comments — Jun 1, 2023
Comments to OMB on the Proposed Revisions to Circular A-4
To the Office of Management and Budget on proposed revisions to Circular A-4.
Report — May 31, 2023
Reforming Resource Adequacy Practices and Ensuring Reliability in the Clean Energy Transition
This report introduces the emerging challenges for resource adequacy planning, reform options, and insights from a February 2023 RFF workshop of subject matter experts.
Special Series: Electrifying Large Vehicles — May 31, 2023
Zero-Emission Trucks and the Inflation Reduction Act: Tax Credits for Clean Commercial Vehicles and Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
The Inflation Reduction Act incentivizes the electrification of the transportation sector through tax credits, with implications for fleet purchase decisions, electricity demand, emissions, manufacturing, and government spending.