Published February 2, 2017
The first in a three part series on Transportation. 2017 brings the Chevy Bolt and the Tesla 3 to the electric vehicle market – two EVs with over 200 miles range. The only thing holding back EVs is charging infrastructure. In this episode we discuss ways in which states can facilitate investment in charging infrastructure by utilities. In an era of flat and declining load, utilities may have the most to gain from this new load source that can grow load while reducing carbon emissions.
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Published January 25th, 2017
The Center for the New Energy Economy has just released the first version of our Clean Energy Policy Guide for State Legislatures. In this episode, we discuss the guide with two members of our research team Jane Culkin and Chris Edmonds.
You can download the Policy Guide for free from the iTunes bookstore here.
If you don’t have a way to read an iBook from the iTunes store, you can download a pdf version with limited functionality (no videos and some of graphics and navigation capability) but with all the text and links here.
Published December 19th, 2016
In our annual year end legislative roundup of energy policy enacted around the country we discuss some of the trends we’ve seen in energy policy, some of the big policy developments and Jeff even makes a prediction (some people just never learn)… You can see the 2016 year end report here.