In this episode:
How can climate policy support reliable, affordable energy, American business and continued economic growth? New proposals from major U.S. energy and business trade groups show momentum for solutions that balance trade-offs by pointing market competition at decarbonization.
In this episode, we talk with officials from the American Petroleum Institute and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to explore what’s driving their growing climate focus, market-based solutions such as carbon pricing that encourage innovation, and the possibilities ahead.
Aaron Padilla, senior advisor, international policy, American Petroleum Institute
Martin Durbin, senior vice president, policy and president, Global Energy Institute, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Todd Snitchler, president and CEO, Electric Power Supply Association
Producer, Audio Editor:
Christina Nyquist, communications director, Electric Power Supply Association
Sarah Krieger, communications associate, Electric Power Supply Association
Carbon Price, Transparent Open Markets Should Drive Clean Energy Efforts | EPSA | February 26, 2020
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