The Green Clash Between Renewables and Conservation
Scholars argue that federal agencies can conserve land and still increase renewable energy output.
What Will It Take for the Electric Vehicle Transition to Hit the Gas?
Penn Program on Regulation panel highlights policy options for accelerating the transition to electric vehicles.
How the Current Siting Regime Stifles Renewable Energy
Scholar argues for changes to siting regulations to speed up renewable energy deployment.
The Australian Model for Rooftop Solar Energy
Australian regulators demonstrate the benefits and drawbacks of locally driven policy.
Navigating Stormy Waters for Offshore Wind Development
Offshore wind developers face regulatory approval challenges.
The Need to Change Jurisdiction Over the U.S. Electric Grid
When state and local voters prohibit clean energy transmission lines, they halt progress on climate change mitigation.
Zombie Laws Haunt the Energy Market
Scholar argues that energy regulations that once protected consumers now block renewable energy companies.
Achieving Climate Goals Will Require Sound Energy Storage Policies
Clean energy systems will not reduce emissions unless states promote effective energy storage policies.
Energy Policy’s Orphaned Good Idea
Lawmakers are missing an opportunity to support renewable energy infrastructure.
Solar Panels on a Border Wall
Economic, environmental, and policy considerations underlie the President’s “solar wall” proposal.
How Much Power Do States Have to Encourage Clean Energy?
After a recent Supreme Court decision, questions remain about what states can do to regulate electricity.
The Role for State Regulation of Energy Markets
Penn’s Kleinman Center for Energy Policy convenes energy policy roundtable.