Richard W. Caperton, Jackie Weidman, and Daniel J. Weiss explain how an additional 25 cents in the price per gallon of gas at the pump every three months equals an additional $5 billion in the bank for the big five oil companies.
Donna Cooper, Richard Caperton, Kate Gordon, and Daniel J. Weiss detail a plan to redirect billions of dollars in giveaways to Big Oil toward building infrastructure to put Americans back on the job.
The Department of Energy loan guarantee program will cost $2 billion less than expected, writes Richard W. Caperton.
Congressional action to spur investment in proven renewable energy technology is fundamental to the future of the U.S. offshore wind industry, write Richard W. Caperton, Michael Conathan, and Jackie Weidman.
Issue Brief Richard W. Caperton looks at how the government currently invests in renewable energy and ways to make that spending more efficient and effective for a more competitive, healthy, and secure United States.
Richard W. Caperton applauds the creation of the Green Climate Fund at the U.N. climate negotiations and talks about why it’s a powerful tool in responding to climate change.
Issue Brief Building the power infrastructure will enable growth and ultimately make our economy stronger, write Richard Caperton and Matt Kasper.
The United States should continue its progress toward approval of a new fund for global climate mitigation and adaptation, write Richard Caperton and Andrew Light.
Richard W. Caperton and Kate Gordon explain the importance of government involvement in clean energy investment.
Richard Caperton on the importance and success of the Energy Department's loan guarantee program.
Issue Brief Richard Caperton and Bracken Hendricks argue for the development of Green Bank to improve private capital markets for clean energy investment in the United States.
FERC is driving the clean energy investment agenda with Order 1000, which paves the way for new renewable energy transmission lines, says Richard Caperton.
Congress should strengthen clean energy financing instead of letting the Department of Energy Loan Guarantee Program shrink, argue Richard W. Caperton and Steven J. Spinner.
Issue Brief Michael Conathan and Richard Caperton outline what the federal government needs to do to make offshore wind energy a reality in U.S. waters.
The Tennessee Valley Authority’s responsible decision making will benefit their consumers in the long run, writes Richard W. Caperton.