EPI Identifies Key Energy Issues Facing Next President in New Report

As all eyes are on the presidential election, ELP’s experts are already analyzing the most pressing energy issues the new administration will have to face. Environmental Policy Initiative Director Kate Konschnik and Senior Fellow Ari Peskoe published a new report, “Illuminating the Energy Policy Agenda: Electricity Sector Issues Facing the Next Administration.” Co-authored with colleagues from the Duke Nicholas Institute and UNC School of Law, the report describes decision points the next President will face in the areas of interstate electricity markets, climate policy, nuclear energy, natural gas, economic opportunity for coal communities, and federal purchasing. As part of the report’s roll-out, the team penned an op-ed in The Hill, and hosted a webinar for states, financial advisors, industry, and academia.

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