Industry and Fuels
RFF researchers are exploring technological and policy solutions that can decarbonize the industrial sector, including regulations, performance standards, policies for public procurement, market-creation approaches, and policies to fund innovation—alongside the equity, financing, and economic considerations that accompany decarbonization.
Unpacking the Proposed Guidance on the 45V Tax Credit for Clean Hydrogen
RFF Fellow Aaron Bergman explores implications of the US Treasury Department's guidance on the clean hydrogen production tax credit.
Accurately Quantifying “Super-Emitting” Leaks Is Key for the Methane Fee to Be Effective
How can the US Environmental Protection Agency best calculate the true extent of methane leaks?
The Energy Transition and Local Government Finance: New Data and Insights from 10 US States
This working paper analyzes how fossil fuels and renewable energy contribute to local governments revenue in 79 US counties across 10 states.
45V Hydrogen Tax Credit in the Inflation Reduction Act: The Role of New Clean Electricity
The fourth and final piece of a series exploring the implementation of the Inflation Reduction Act's 45V hydrogen tax credit, this issue brief considers two studies that assume all generation built in response to new demand is clean.
Carbon Capture and Storage
Modeling how carbon capture and storage technologies will affect emissions and the economy
Research and analysis exploring the role of hydrogen in decarbonizing the industrial and power sectors.
Analyzing the development and use of natural gas in the United States and abroad
Offering insight into the effects of development and regulation on oil markets
Darius Gaskins Senior Fellow
Dallas Burtraw is the Darius Gaskins Senior Fellow at RFF. Burtraw’s research includes analysis of the distributional and regional consequences of climate policy and the evolution of electricity markets, including renewables integration.
Brian C. Prest
Fellow; Director, Social Cost of Carbon Initiative
Brian Prest is an economist and fellow at Resources for the Future specializing in climate change, oil and gas, and energy economics.
Daniel Raimi is a fellow and director of the Equity in the Energy Transition Initiative at RFF. He works on a range of energy policy issues with a focus on tools to enable an equitable energy transition.
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