A Clean Energy Standard is a primary way for the United States to compete in the trillion-dollar renewable energy technologies market. Richard W. Caperton, Kate Gordon, Bracken Hendricks, and Daniel J. Weiss propose core principles to guide its design.
Paul Ryan’s proposed budget would continue lucrative loopholes for oil companies while slashing investment in clean energy technology, write Daniel J. Weiss and Richard Caperton.
Joseph Romm and Richard Caperton on ensuring that nuclear power is safe for the American public.
Issue Brief The House budget proposal would effectively end the DOE loan guarantee program, writes Richard W. Caperton. This puts America’s competitiveness and national security at risk.
Video Richard Caperton discusses how CLEAN contracts help make clean local energy accessible now.
Report Richard Caperton, Bracken Hendricks, John Lauer, and Courtney Hight explain the benefits of CLEAN contracts.
Richard W. Caperton explains why this past week’s meeting of global climate negotiators resulted in meaningful progress in forestry, finance, and monitoring.
Report Richard W. Caperton includes detailed information on five financial instruments for clean energy projects in this accompanying memo the Global Climate Network's "Investing in Clean Energy" report.
Our new report demonstrates the possible gains from clean energy investments in developing countries mobilized by public and private capital.
Richard W. Caperton and Kate Gordon demonstrate why renewable energy cash grants are better than the old tax credit system at creating tens of thousands of jobs.
Smart meters’ ultimate success depends just as much on how utilities and their customers interact as on metering technology, writes Richard W. Caperton.
Climate change threatens U.S. businesses, write Rebecca Lefton and Richard W. Caperton. Businesses and Congress need to address these risks.
Congress’s further cuts to federal loan guarantees for clean energy projects are a big mistake, write Jake Caldwell and Richard Caperton.