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Rhodium Group’s Energy & Climate practice uses a multidisciplinary, data-driven approach to produce unique, independent insights into global energy dynamics, greenhouse gas emissions, and climate change.

We help public and private decision-makers understand what kind of climate future we are on track for, and what matters most for reducing greenhouse gas emissionsat the local, state, national, and international levels. By combining policy expertise with a suite of detailed energy-economic models, our research provides data-driven insights into the impacts of energy and climate change policy and real-world developments on greenhouse gas emissions, energy markets, economic output, and clean technology pathways. 

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EPA’s New Standards for Power Plants

EPA recently finalized new standards for regulating greenhouse gases from power plants. We analyze what the new rules mean for electric power GHG and conventional pollutant emissions into the next decade.

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Navigating the US Oil Export Debate

RHG, in collaboration with the Center on Global Energy Policy, analyze the economic, energy market, environmental and geopolitical implications of lifting the US crude oil export ban.


Remaking American Power

CSIS and Rhodium Group assess the energy market and economic impact of proposed EPA greenhouse gas emission regulations for US power plants.


American Gas to the Rescue?

Rhodium Group and The Center on Global Energy Policy examine the impact of US LNG exports on European security and Russian foreign policy.


Kicking Off the Crude Export Debate

Whether or not to allow crude oil exports from the US is shaping up to be one of the hottest energy policy topics in Washington in 2014. RHG's Houser and Mohan provide a backgrounder on the debate.


Charting China’s Natural Gas Future

Trevor Houser and Beibei Bao analyze natural gas policy and market developments in China and map out the factors that will shape future supply and demand.