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Clean Energy Program

Shaping a Clean Energy Revolution

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Third Way & MIT Climate CoLab Contest

Congress isn't doing much to mitigate climate change, but federal agencies still have a lot of latitude. So we've launched a contest to ask: What actions can federal agencies take now?

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    Climate Change Contest
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    Nuclear Energy
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Natural Gas Offers an Opportunity for Success, Not a Guarantee

Square_thumb by Ryan Fitzpatrick Technological developments like hydraulic fracturing have given the U.S. access to a fortune in natural gas, which is already providing opportunities for economic growth. But opportunity alone does not guarantee success. More ►

EPA’s New RFS Proposal Turns Clarity Into Confusion

Square_thumb by Ryan Fitzpatrick Consistency. Certainty. Clear expectations. These are critical elements of any successful regulatory policy implementation, but the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed rule on the Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS) could unravel them all. More ►

Why China Isn't Ready for Electric Vehicles

Square_thumb by Ingrid Akerlind It would make sense that American electric vehicle manufacturers would be peering over the shoulders of their Chinese rivals just as the market is poised to boom. The unique characteristics of China that have helped drive success in other sectors, however, are not benefiting the more fragmented Chinese auto industry. That's making it very hard for China to translate Tesla, the Volt or the Prius into a success of its own. More ►

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Joshua Freed

Vice President for the Clean Energy Program

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Melissa Carey

Deputy Director, Clean Energy Program

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Ryan Fitzpatrick

Senior Policy Advisor, Clean Energy Program

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Kimble McCraw

Senior Policy Advisor, Clean Energy Program

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Ingrid Akerlind

Fellow, Clean Energy Program

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