Carbon Pricing and Clean Power
States have an array of policy options to reduce carbon emissions from power plants. In the first of a three-part clean power series, C2ES brings together state leaders and industry experts to explore market-based approaches to efficiently and effectively implementing EPA's proposed Clean Power Plan.
Encouraging Financially Sustainable EV Charging Networks
The Washington State Legislature’s Joint Transportation Committee commissioned a study to develop new business models that will foster private sector commercialization of publicly available EV charging services and expand the role of private sector investment in EV charging throughout the state.
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Toward a 2015 Climate Agreement
Nations have begun the process of forging an international climate deal to be completed later this year in Paris. Work is underway on a broad, balanced and durable agreement strengthening the international climate effort. Learn more about the background of the negotiations, the key issues leading up to Paris, and C2ES's role in facilitating an international climate dialogue.
Clean Power Plan for Reducing Carbon Emissions
EPA has proposed limits to carbon pollution from U.S. power plants, the single largest emissions source. EPA’s approach gives states flexibility to design strategies that work best for them. See the C2ES resource page for links to our Q&A, interactive maps, blog posts and briefs.