Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

When it comes to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S., the private sector is playing a bigger role than ever before, and that goes for some energy providers, too. Among them is Xcel Energy, the first major U.S. utility to pledge to go...

Event
June 20, 2019

Location: U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, First St NE, Washington, DC 20515, Room 203-02 The federal clean electricity tax credits that helped propel the rise of solar and wind power will soon expire, and policymakers on both sides of the aisle are...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

For the past 68 years, BP has published its Annual Statistical Review of World Energy, an impressive collection of global energy data that offers a retrospective view of what has happened in the world of energy production, consumption, trade, and...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Bill Loveless is joined by Karen Harbert, President & CEO of the American Gas Association. They discuss the future of U.S. natural gas in a changing climate. 

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Research
Commentary

CGEP Senior Research Scholar and Fellow Dr. Varun Sivaram and Research Scholar Dr. Noah Kaufman examine the renewable electricity production and investment tax credits and offer design principles for future clean electricity tax incentives.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Jason Bordoff is joined by Professor Michael Gerrard, Director of the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia University.

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Research
Testimony

Testifying before the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, Senior Research Scholar Dr. Julio Friedmann discusses opportunities to enhance carbon capture utilization and storage and quickly reduce emissions in a cost-effective way while sustaining economic growth and communities at risk.

Emissions
Research
Testimony

Prepared testimony by CGEP Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Carlos Curbelo. He recommends a carbon tax as policy tool to respond to climate change and as a distinct alternative to other regulatory strategies that prescribe where and how emissions reductions must take place.

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Research
Commentary

CGEP Research Scholar Dr. Noah Kaufman analyzes a nationwide clean electricity standard proposed by Senator Tina Smith (D-MN) and Congressman Ben Ray Luján (D-NM).

Research
Op-ed

In his latest op-ed in the Financial Times, CGEP Founding Director Jason Bordoff, writing with Jon Goldberg of BBL Commodities, examines the new rules from the International Maritime Organization to reduce sulfur emissions from marine shipping fuel slated to go into effect January 1, 2020.

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