As the Senate considers a new chair of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, it should focus on the commission’s important mandate.
Issue Brief The president should enlist all federal credit programs in the fight against climate change.
Issue Brief It is vital that we avoid the “electrical divide” and stay committed to safe, affordable, reliable, and clean electricity in the United States as distributed generation grows.
The president’s comprehensive plan outlines steps to reduce U.S. pollution, better coordinate international efforts to solve the problem of climate change, and provide additional protection from the effects of climate change.
The Obama administration has made great strides in addressing climate change, but much more must and can be done.
¿Cómo llama usted a un futuro de peligrosa contaminación, catastróficos eventos meteorológicos extremos, regalos a las Grandes Compañías Petroleras y una dependencia aún mayor de los combustibles fósiles? Si usted es el Presidente del Comité de Presupuesto de la Cámara Paul Ryan (R-WI), usted lo llama “El Camino a la Prosperidad.” No es coincidencia que […]
Here are three facts about clean energy that you would never know from reading Rep. Paul Ryan’s latest budget proposal.
Issue Brief For the benefit of current and future Americans and global citizens, Congress should act now and create a progressive carbon tax.
With the more than 1 million homes made more energy efficient, the federal Weatherization Assistance Program is a proven success for families, the economy, and the environment.
Issue Brief Jessica Goad, Daniel J. Weiss, and Richard Caperton identify the vast opportunities for renewable energy installations on public lands in the West.
CAP Director of Clean Energy Investment Richard W. Caperton testifies submits testimony to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Energy and Power and Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations.
Richard W. Caperton and Adam James outline how to prevent major power outages such as the one that struck the Mid-Atlantic and Midwest this past weekend.
Issue Brief John Griffith and Richard Caperton assess the federal government's record in handling risks to taxpayers in its loans and loan guarantees.
Issue Brief Richard W. Caperton looks at the history of these standards and explains why they don't make electricity prices rise.