State Oil and Gas Methane Filings
Advanced Energy Systems
Testimony Before the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources “Hearing on Offshore Energy Technologies”
CATF Senior Counsel, Jonathan Lewis, gave testimony during a hearing before the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources on Offshore Energy Technologies. Watch Jonathan Lewis’s opening statement and read the full testimony below.
Statement of Alan Masinter, Clean Air Task Force, Public Hearing on Proposal to Retain the Ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standards
Good afternoon. My name is Alan Masinter and I am an attorney with the Clean Air Task Force, a nonprofit organization devoted to the protection of the air and climate. The Clean Air Act requires a primary, health-based standard at a level “requisite to protect the public health” with “an adequate margin of safety” in […]
Proposed Rule on “Increasing Consistency and Transparency in Considering Benefits and Costs in the Clean Air Act Rulemaking Process”
Advanced Nuclear Energy
Armond Cohen Testimony on the Advanced Nuclear Infrastructure Act of 2020
Watch Armond Cohen’s opening statement before the United States Senate Environment and Public Works Committee during their hearing on the discussion draft of the Advanced Nuclear Infrastructure Act of 2020. Full video of this hearing can be viewed on the Senate EPW website. SUMMARY OF TESTIMONY Decarbonizing America’s economy by midcentury is a stiff challenge. […]
Decarbonized Fossil Energy
Climate Neutrality: What is next for Carbon Capture in Europe?
Carbon capture has seen an impressive revival in Europe and the region is poised to become a technology leader. Carbon capture is included as one of the seven strategic building blocks of the European Commission’s Vision for an European Union 2050 Long-term Strategy. At least 11 member states have cited it in their national energy and climate plans. The UK Committee on Climate […]
State and utility climate change targets shift to carbon reductions, technology diversity
There has been a marked shift in state and utility company energy and climate policies towards ambitious carbon targets and an embrace of diverse technologies to achieve them through “Clean Electricity Standards” (or CES’s). This fact sheet documents this trend, and provides a detailed guide to what states and utilities have committed to this approach.
CATF Comments to the European Commission