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In the absence of stronger federal leadership, many states are enacting their own climate goals and policies. They serve as laboratories, demonstrating what's effective and informing national policy.

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Connecticut seeks to support nuclear energy
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Energy Financial Incentives for CCS

Many states encourage the development of projects to capture carbon from point sources such as coal and gas fired power plants and ethanol plants. Once captured, the carbon dioxide (CO2) may be transported via pipeline for geologic storage in a …

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Requirements for Long Term Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Storage

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Rules for CO2 Transport and Storage Space

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Regulatory Authorities for CCS/CO2-EOR

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Rules CO2 Injection

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Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Programs

Local governments use Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) programs to help property owners finance renewable energy and energy efficiency improvements on residential and commercial properties. Commercial properties may include multi-family residential, industrial and agricultural properties. The PACE concept began as …

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Low Carbon Fuel Standard

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Addressing California cap and trade concerns
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Green Pricing Programs

Some states have legislation or rules mandating that utilities offer “green pricing” options to retail customers (residential, commercial, industrial). In addition, a growing number of utilities are opting to offer programs in states without legislation. At present, 13 states have …

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