Events - 9 May 19

Near-Term Policy Opportunities for Carbon Removal with Direct Air Capture

Join us for a first look at the Rhodium Group report, a presentation from lead author John Larsen, and a discussion on the policy opportunities and barriers to direct air capture technology advancement with leading experts, businesses, and policymakers to learn how direct air capture can build a cleaner and more efficient economy, bolster our technology leadership, and reduce carbon pollution.

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House Energy Committee Hearing on DOE’s FY’20 Budget Request

The House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Energy will hold a hearing entitled “The Fiscal Year 2020 DOE Budget.” The Honorable Rick Perry, Secretary of the Department of Energy, will be the witness for this hearing.

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Book Launch – “Double Jeopardy, Combating Nuclear Terror & Climate Change”

In “Double Jeopardy: Combating Nuclear Terror and Climate Change” Daniel B. Poneman argues that the world needs an “all-of-the-above” energy policy, one that advances the goal of decarbonizing the environment through all available means—including nuclear power.

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Rural Electricity Demand in India

The Rockefeller Foundation, Smart Power India, and the Johns Hopkins SAIS Initiative for Sustainable Energy Policy (ISEP) spear-headed a project to answer these questions, collecting primary research from over 10,000 households and 2,000 rural micro-enterprises across four Indian states. The resulting report titled – ‘Rural Electrification in India: Consumer Behaviour and Demand’ – furthers the discussion around India’s rural electricity access, customer demand behaviour and service satisfaction.

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