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Energy Efficiency in Minnesota’s Clean Power Plan

By Christopher James, Ken Colburn

At an energy efficiency policy exchange hosted by the Center for Energy and Environment (CEE), Christopher James and Ken Colburn discussed the non-energy and public health benefits of energy efficiency as they relate to Minnesota’s efforts to comply with the Clean Power Plan (CPP). By leveraging the multiple benefits of energy efficiency, states can meet the re...

Air Quality and Multi-Pollutant Strategies, Energy Efficiency and Demand Response, Greenhouse Gas Management, Integrated Energy and Environmental Policy Download View Summary
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Grunderwerbsteuer als Anreiz für energetische Sanierungen

By Andreas Jahn, Jan Rosenow

Die Grunderwerbsteuer stellt im Gebäudesektor ein Hindernis für Effizienzinvestitionen beim Eigentumsübergang dar. Denn energetische Sanierungen vor dem Verkauf erhöhen die Grunderwerbsteuer und sind deshalb weder für den Verkäufer noch für den Käufer des Gebäudes attraktiv. Um die Gelegenheit des Verkaufs einer Immobilie für dessen energetische Wertste...

Energy Efficiency and Demand Response Download View Summary

Energy Efficiency Obligations – A Toolkit for Success (Webinar)

Energy Efficiency Obligations (EEOs) are a strong driver of energy savings in Europe and around the world. Many EU Member States have chosen EEOs as an important policy to support compliance with Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive. In this webinar hosted by Leonardo Energy and IEA DSM, Edith Bayer and Jan Rosenow of...


The Future of Capacity Markets: Taking Stock and Looking to the Future

By Michael Hogan

During a presentation at the Electricity in Transition discussion organized by the Center for Strategic & International Studies, Michael Hogan discusses the changes needed in wholesale power markets to maintain resource adequacy at least cost. These include administrative interventions targeted at the ancillary and energy services markets with a parallel pha...

Integrating Demand and Supply Resources, Market Design, Reliability Download View Summary
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Response to the Commission’s Interim Report of the Sector Inquiry on Capacity Mechanisms

By Regulatory Assistance Project

With the continued deployment of intermittent zero-marginal-cost generation technologies such as wind and solar, Europe’s power systems are undergoing a fundamental transformation. This deployment, together with the reduced energy demands brought about by the recent economic recession, has led to a situation of overcapacity and low energy prices. In turn, this ...

Integrated Energy and Environmental Policy, Market Design Download View Summary