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Electrification on the Path to Net Zero: A Comparison of Studies Examining Opportunities and Barriers in the United States
Dr. Harrison Fell, Dr. James Glynn, Dr. Melissa C. Lott, Dr. Joshua Rhodes, Dr. Margaret Cook and Dr. F. Todd Davidson

Rallying cries to “electrify everything” have captured the focus of many headlines and policy forums in recent years. However, there are important questions that remain unanswered about the electrify everything movement, including the technical, social, and political feasibility of the approach, as well as the affordability and equitability of implementation.

Comparing Government Financing of Reactor Exports: Considerations for US Policy Makers
Dr. Matt Bowen and Alec Apostoaei

This report represents the research and views of the author. It does not necessarily represent the views of the Center on Global Energy Policy. The piece may be subject to further revision. Contributions to SIPA for the...

Evaluating Net-Zero Industrial Hubs in the United States: A Case Study of Houston

This paper, part of the work from the Carbon Management Research Initiative of Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy, examines Houston as a potential net-zero hub location.


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Jim Farley and Mary Nichols

America is doubling down on support of electric vehicles. This summer’s historic climate bill extends key tax credits for buyers of EVs, putting them in reach for more drivers. 


John Doerr
Chaiman, Kleiner Perkins

Silicon Valley is giving greater attention to potential business opportunities in clean energy and climate. It’s also seeing enormous potential for growth when it comes to battery storage, geothermal, electric vehicles, solar, and more. 

Jim Farley & Mary Nichols
Chief Executive Officer of Ford & Distinguished Visiting Fellow at CGEP

This live episode of the podcast, moderated by host Jason Bordoff, features two key figures in the clean transportation transition: Jim Farley and Mary Nichols.