CEERT Reports

Reaching 90 Pecent Clean Electricity In The U.S. By 2035

Energy Innovation
June 2020

 

New research shows plummeting renewable energy and storage prices mean the United States can reliably reach 90 percent clean electricity by 2035 at no extra cost, supporting 530,000 new jobs per year, and cutting economy-wide emissions 27 percent.

Rewiring The U.S. For Economic Recovery
Goodnoe Hills wind farm construction via AWEAThis companion report outlines technology-neutral policy recommendations for Congress, federal departments and agencies, national laboratories, governors and state legislators, public utility commissions, and wholesale electricity markets to reach 90 percent clean electricity by 2035 in the United States.

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February 7, 2008 Harvesting CA Renewable Energy Resources - (pdf)

December 4, 2007 The Role of Technology in Mitigating Global Climate Change - (pdf)

November 28, 2007 CEC: Letter Regarding Clarification of CA Guidelines for Reducing Impacts to Birds and Bats from Wind Energy Development - (pdf)

May 16, 2007 Hydrogen and Fuel Cells: A Comprehensive Solution in the Fight Against Global Warming - (pdf)

March 2, 2007 Utility Long Term Procurement Prepared CPUC Testimony - (pdf)

February 11, 2007 Energy Choices:Non-fossil vs. FossilThe California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 - (pdf)

January 24, 2007 The Tehachapi Wind Energy Project and the California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 - (pdf)

October 18, 2006 Bottom of the Barrel: The Hidden Costs of Petroleum Use in California - (pdf)

May 31, 2006 U.S. Natural Gas—The Aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita - (pdf)

April 28, 2006 Economic, Energy, and Environmental Benefits of Concentrating Solar Power in California - (pdf)

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