Technological innovation has the potential to disrupt energy markets and influence energy policy around the world. It also plays an important role to improve access to energy sources in developing nations and to meet global environment goals.
A new report recommends the deployment of carbon removal technologies and climate policies needed to curb climate catastrophe.
Energizing America offers policymakers a strategic framework to triple federal funding for clean energy innovation in 5 years—to $25 billion by 2025—and a detailed plan for achieving this goal.
Investing in clean energy technologies is the most important contribution the US can make to the world’s fight against climate change.
Host Jason Bordoff is joined by Damilola Ogunbiyi to discuss meeting the ambitious goal of attaining universal access to sustainable and modern energy.
Host Bill Loveless is joined by Justin Worland, Time magazine’s reporter covering energy, the environment and climate.
Host Bill Loveless is joined by the chair of the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis, Rep. Kathy Castor.