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Electricity supply

Dr. Melissa C. Lott and Dr. Julio Friedmann discuss the role of electricity in deep decarbonization efforts, and how zero-carbon oversupplies might be deployed.

China renewables
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Anders Hove

In a new commentary, Anders Hove examines China’s recent energy policy announcements and their implications for the 14th Five-Year Plan, which will set energy policy for the period from 2021–2025.

Offshore wind farm turbines near Block Island, R.I.

In a new op-ed for the New York Times, Jason Bordoff argues that if the permit process is not improved, solar and wind energy efforts may face protracted delays or shutdowns.

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Columbia Energy Exchange

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Richard Trumka and Ernest Moniz

Building a low-carbon future will bring significant change to the U.S. economy, especially to employment as alternative forms of energy increasingly take hold. And to go smoothly, that transition will require sound public policy and public...

Cheryl LaFleur
Former Chairman, FERC & Distinguished Visiting Fellow, CGEP

Host Bill Loveless is joined by Cheryl LaFleur, a former chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Center on Global Energy Policy, for her take on the California's blackouts and what they mean for California's grid.

David J. Hayes
Executive Director, State Energy & Environmental Impact Center at NYU School of Law

In this edition of Columbia Energy Exchange, host Jason Bordoff is joined by David J. Hayes, an environmental, energy and natural resources lawyer who leads the State Energy and Impact Center at the NYU School of Law.