A Combination of Proposed Reconciliation Policies Could Achieve US Climate Goals and Reduce Consumer Electricity Costs

New modeling finds that clean energy tax credits, the Clean Electricity Performance Program, and a carbon fee—which are all under consideration for the budget reconciliation package—could together reduce more than 18 billion metric tons of carbon emissions in the power sector by 2040 while also reducing consumer electricity costs.

Press Release — Oct. 7, 2021, 9 a.m.