Issue Brief Richard W. Caperton, Kate Gordon, Bracken Hendricks, and Daniel J. Weiss introduce nine key milestones that should shape the design and development of a specific clean energy standard.
Bracken Hendricks applauds new program that will enable American building owners to save $40 billion a year through energy efficiency retrofits while putting thousands of Americans back to work.
Removing innovation-stifling rules and regulations can help deploy much-needed clean energy production in Indian country, write Van Jones, Bracken Hendricks, and Jorge Madrid.
Report Richard Caperton, Bracken Hendricks, John Lauer, and Courtney Hight explain the benefits of CLEAN contracts.
Kate Gordon, Bracken Hendricks, and Lisbeth Kaufman examine the reasons why a strong U.S. advanced manufacturing base is important for jobs and innovation, especially in clean energy.
The new focus in Washington on clean energy R&D funding is a good sign, write Bracken Hendricks and Lisbeth Kaufman. But it will take more than research to get projects up and running.
Bracken Hendricks and Lisbeth Kaufman argue that we should welcome the shift from top-down to bottom-up climate measures that’s occurring at this week’s climate conference.
Report CAP and the Coalition for Green Capital propose three new pillars of clean energy investment strategy to prioritize deployment of existing advanced clean energy technologies.
Bracken Hendricks looks at how new technologies can transform development.
Report Bracken Hendricks, Bill Campbell and Pen Goodale look at state regulations and incentives for energy efficiency at work today in leading states to accelerate demand for energy efficiency services, businesses, and jobs.
Bracken Hendricks y Tina Ramos exponen las provisiones de energía limpia dentro de la Ley de Recuperación que deberían ser extendidas para continuar con el crecimiento de las industrias verdes.
Bracken Hendricks and Tina Ramos outline clean energy provisions in the Recovery Act that should be extended to continue growth in green industries.
Bracken Hendricks, Kate Gordon, and Tom Kenworthy outline a framework for addressing the current crisis in the gulf and rebuilding our energy future so that it never happens again.
A strong, healthy, and prosperous future will be powered by free, open, and instantaneous access to reliable information, write Bracken Hendricks and Tina Ramos.
The chips are down and it’s time for Congress in the tax extenders bill to commit to building jobs in a new economy, write Bracken Hendricks and Tina Ramos.