ReportBy John Larsen, Sarah O. Ladislaw, Michelle Melton, and Whitney Herndon | January 7, 2016 Introduction The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Power Plan (CPP) is the most significant greenhouse gas (GHG) policy ever undertaken in the United States, and is expected to achieve significant emission reductions by the time it is fully implemented ...
Noteby John Larsen | November 12, 2015 The proliferation of renewables and persistently low natural gas prices have been pushing down coal generator margins for years. The results to date have been an unprecedented wave of plant retirements and lower CO2 emissions. These dynamics are having a ...
Assessing the Final Clean Power Plan: Key Changes Relative to the Draft Rule and Their Implications for StringencyBy John Larsen, Sarah O. Ladislaw, Michelle Melton, and Whitney Ketchum | October 5, 2015 On August 3, 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency released the final Clean Power Plan (CPP), a regulatory action under the Clean Air Act (CAA) that establishes guidelines for states to limit carbon dioxide emissions from existing power-generation units. The plan ...
BookTrevor Houser, Robert Kopp, Solomon Hsiang, Kate Larsen, Michael Delgado, Amir Jina, Michael Mastrandrea, Shashank Mohan, Robert Muir-Wood, DJ Rasmussen, James Rising, and Paul Wilson | August 2015 An interdisciplinary RHG-led team crafts a game-changing assessment of the economic risks of climate change in the United States.
ReportMichael Delgado and Kate Larsen | April 21, 2015 Our understanding of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in recent years has been limited by the lack of up-to-date emissions data from most countries. To fill that gap Rhodium Group has developed an internally consistent set of national GHG emission ...
ReportKate Larsen, Michael Delgado, and Peter Marsters | April 20, 2015 RHG analyzes current and potential future methane emissions from the oil and natural gas industry worldwide.
NoteJohn Larsen and Whitney Ketchum | April 16, 2015 EPA’s Clean Power Plan (CPP) guidelines for regulating CO2 emissions from existing power plants establish statewide emission rate goals for fossil fuel-fired power plants. EPA’s “building block” approach to setting these goals is based on recent industry and policy trends ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | February 28, 2015 Since the 1991 introduction of economic reforms that signaled the end of a highly regulated, socialist economic system, India has struggled to inject market reforms into its energy sector. This has not been an easy process and the recently elected ...
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