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Sep 08, 2014 to Sep 10, 2014 | Chicago, IL
Sep 29, 2014 to Oct 03, 2014 | Michigan State University, Lansing MI
Oct 01, 2014 to Oct 03, 2014 | Washington, DC

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111(d)

Hedging Your Bet on Cheap Gas

Portfolio theory points to energy efficiency as invaluable in resource planning.

Hossein Haeri, Aaron Jenniges and Paul Youchak

Overlooked in planning, and undervalued by today’s low natural gas prices, energy efficiency offers a valuable hedge against fuel price volatility.

Nuclear At a Crossroads

Wind, nuclear, and gas resources must work together – not at cross-purposes.

Hon. John R. Norris

Why the U.S. must maintain current levels of nuclear energy production to achieve carbon reduction goals.

Complying with 111(d)

Exploring the cap-and-invest option.

David Farnsworth

EPA is expected to provide states with latitude in meeting Clean Air Act GHG standards. The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) demonstrates an effective and economical approach: “cap and invest.”

Putting a Price on Carbon

How EPA can establish a U.S. GHG Program for the Electricity Sector.

David P. Littell

With the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions standards expected in June 2014, many states are considering their own approaches to provide flexibility in meeting compliance requirements. Experience in North America to date provides policy guidance.

Catching Fire

Climate policy heats up after the Great Recession.

Michael T. Burr, Editor-in-Chief

GHG rules are coming soon. What happens next will depend on how states react.