CBI, CPI, and RMI have developed a framework to address the reputational risks associated with financial mechanisms for the coal-to-clean transition.
The design and rules of wholesale, retail, and local electricity markets impact which, when, and how resources are purchased, sold, and utilized by system operators.
Declining costs, technological advances, and rising energy security concerns have resulted in renewable energy recently usurping coal and gas as the lowest-cost way to reliably power most countries’ economies.
Delivering affordable, reliable, and secure access to electricity, while also meeting the world’s climate targets, requires a transformation in the ways electricity is supplied, delivered, and used across the globe.
The Inflation Reduction Act is the largest investment to date to modernize the US energy system, and regulators have a role to play in its implementation.