June 12th Event: Climate Change, Cap-and-Trade, Renewable Electricity and Efficiency Mandates: How Do They Fit Together?
How Do They Fit Together?
June 10, 2009 – Congress is writing major climate change legislation that includes a cap-and-trade program as well as renewable electricity and efficiency mandates. Cap-and-trade represents a market-based approach designed to leave choices about least-cost ways of achieving climate-change policy goals to individual producers and consumers. Renewable electricity and efficiency standards prescribe specific approaches. Are these policies consistent with each other? How should they be combined? TPI has assembled a group of experts to discuss these issues.
Climate Change, Cap-and-Trade, Renewable Electricity and Efficiency Mandates: How Do They Fit Together
Friday, June 12th
12 noon – 2 p.m.
Lunch will be served
Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Tim Brennan, Resources for the Future and UMBC
Rich Glick, Iberdrola Renewables
Lester Lave, Carnegie Mellon University
Thomas Lenard, Technology Policy Institute
Scott Wallsten (moderator), Technology Policy Institute
The Technology Policy Institute
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