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Achieving a true low-carbon transition requires an array of innovative technologies, including renewable energy, alternative vehicles, advanced nuclear power, and carbon capture, use and storage.

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From SunShot to a Carbon Capture Moonshot
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C2ES Comments on Emissions Standards for Light-Duty Vehicles

This document constitutes the comments of the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES) on the Proposed Determination on the Appropriateness of the Model Year 2022-2025 Light-Duty Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Emissions Standards under the Midterm Evaluation. C2ES is an independent, …

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Key Insights for Valuing and Preserving the Benefits of Nuclear Energy

C2ES held a Solutions Forum in July 2017 in Carmel, Indiana, focusing on challenges facing nuclear energy and various approaches to preserving the existing fleet of generation. Three panels comprising business, government, power market, think tank, and other experts shared …

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State of the Art: Innovations in CO2 Capture and Use
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Best in Class: Back to school on an electric bus
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Nations, companies driving toward cleaner cars
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Emissions Implications of Nuclear Retirements

Since late 2012, five power companies retired six nuclear reactors in the United States. Across the country, an additional seven reactors are scheduled to be closed by 2025, including two at the Indian Point Energy Center in Buchanan, New York. …

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New York State Response to Economic Challenges of the Existing Nuclear Fleet

Since late 2012, five power companies retired six nuclear reactors in the United States. Across the country, an additional seven reactors are scheduled to be closed by 2025, including two at the Indian Point Energy Center in Buchanan, New York. …

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A bright future for the International Solar Alliance
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Bipartisan support grows for carbon capture