“The National Action Plan for Energy Efficiency was a private-public initiative to create a sustainable, aggressive national commitment to energy efficiency through the collaborative efforts of gas and electric utilities, utility regulators, and other partner organizations.”
“The energy transition is a rapid evolution fueled by a collective commitment to a sustainable future. Technology is a crucial enabler. From biofuels to hydrogen and carbon capture, utilization and storage, innovation is the key that will unlock a lower-carbon world.”
EPA’s Center for Corporate Climate Leadership serves as a resource center for all organizations looking to expand their work in the area of greenhouse gas (GHG) measurement and management.
A comprehensive cataloging across all major sectors of energy infrastructure deployments and related capital expenditures required for a net-zero transition.
The newest section of a project from Third Way, the Bipartisan Policy Project and Clean Air Task Force examines how energy breakthroughs could accelerate America’s transition to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
“In the difficult quest for net negative emissions, all tools, including emission reduction and soil carbon storage, must be developed to allow agriculture to maintain its critical societal function of provisioning society while, at the same time, generating environmental benefits.”