The Best Way to Comply with EPA’s Clean Power Plan
A framework for measuring the resource value of energy efficiency – touted as the best way for states to comply with the EPA’s Clean Power Plan.
The Clean Power Plan's largest obstacle is how its cost is distributed disproportionately among the states.
How the Clean Power Plan introduced in June by the Environmental Protection Agency will produce widely differing compliance obligations among the states, in terms of emissions targets, likely carbon prices, and effects on wholesale power prices.
A new model to help restructured states add renewables to the default service portfolio.
By taking the intermittent supply of the renewable generator out of the generator’s compensation, the developer (and lenders) receive the stability they crave while supply customers avoid products they do not need.