Accelerating Renewable Energy with the Whole-of-Government

By: Tyler Stoff February 11, 2021 The new Biden administration can use its executive authority to accelerate the deployment of renewable energy in a variety of ways. Part one of this series explored how the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) can leverage its authority to accelerate the transition to a renewable energy economy. This blog […]

Accelerating Renewable Energy with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

By: Tyler Stoff January 27, 2021 An examination of the way the new Administration can use its Executive Authority to accelerate the deployment of renewable energy might well begin with a look at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Among several important functions, FERC regulates the nation’s wholesale power markets. President Biden recently appointed Commissioner […]

Connecting the Dots: Smart Climate Policy Coalescing Around Key Priorities

By: Tyler Stoff October 27, 2020 In January 2020, ACORE released Advancing America’s Climate Leadership: Policy Options That Most Effectively Put Renewable Energy to Work, a report that examined notable climate policy approaches for their impact on renewable energy growth and investment, including a federal high-penetration renewable or clean energy standard, a technology-neutral tax credit, […]