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  • Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance | Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance
    Incentives for early adoption of CCS Incentives for early adoption of carbon capture technology Faculty Research Director Stefan Reichelstein and Research Fellow Stephen Comello investigate a policy for early adoption of carbon capture technology that would meaningfully reduce carbon dioxide emissions and result in relatively modest electricity cost increases Read the report STC Third The State Clean Energy Cookbook With growing gridlock in Washington states throughout the country both red and blue are implementing innovative renewable energy and energy efficiency programs which could be adopted by their neighbors to improve their economies and reduce emissions cost effectively Read The Report The Steyer Taylor Center for Energy Policy Finance develops and explores economically sensible policy and finance solutions that advance cleaner and more secure energy About Us Insights Ideas Feb 03 2015 Facing the Truth about Climate Change The New Republic Nov 15 2014 One Way Out of Climate Crisis Stop Digging Now Boulder Daily Camera Nov 10 2014 Incentives for Early Adoption of Carbon Capture Technology Energy Policy See All Publications Events Mon 13 Apr 01 15 PM to 02 30 PM Steyer Taylor Center Research Seminar with Luigi Carafa See All Events What We re Reading Mar 30 2015

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  • Projects | Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance
    be reduced from its current 30 rate to 10 on January 1 2017 for commercial and utility scale solar power systems Since its inception the solar ITC has been a significant federal mechanism to spur rapid growth in the deployment of See Project State Based Policies for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Led by former U S Senator Jeff Bingaman and former Secretary of State and Treasury George Shultz The State Clean Energy Cookbook A Dozen Recipes for State Action on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy analyzes and makes specific recommendations regarding 12 policies that states are using today to encourage energy efficiency and See Project The China Project The China Project will map how countries initially the U S and China could minimize the cost of a shift to a cleaner global energy system by playing to their own economic strengths as they race to scale it up Among other things the project led by Jeffrey Ball will analyze cross border U S China clean energy investment and how it s See Project Increasing Capital Flow to Clean Energy From securitizing energy efficiency retrofits to leveraging federal procurement from unlocking capital in charitable foundations and pension funds to harnessing cheaper mechanisms to finance renewable energy projects the center is developing a suite of projects that could deliver cleaner and more secure energy in less time and at less cost See Project Energy Technology Meets Information Technology How can information technology be harnessed to meet critical energy goals Led by Jonathan Koomey this effort at the center engages with entrepreneurs software developers CEOs energy experts and policy makers to find means to unleash the power of data technology and innovation to help with today s pressing energy goals See Project The Electric Power Commercialization Finance Project EPCF The EPCF project

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  • People | Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance
    of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee from 2001 2002 and again from 2007 until the end Read full profile John Bistline Graduate Research Fellow bistline stanford edu John Bistline is a PhD candidate in the Department of Management Science and Engineering and a Research Fellow at the Steyer Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance Read full profile Stephen Comello Research Fellow scomello stanford edu Stephen s research focuses on cost competitiveness business models and public policies related to low carbon energy technologies His work also examines Read full profile Karim Farhat Graduate Research Fellow kfarhat stanford edu Karim Farhat is a Ph D candidate in the Department of Management Science and Engineering and a Graduate Research Fellow at the Steyer Taylor Center for Energy Policy Read full profile Stefan Heck Research Fellow Stefan Heck is a Consulting Professor at the Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford University teaching courses and conducting research on innovation energy and Read full profile Emily Hite Content and Communications Manager ehite law stanford edu As the content and communications manager for the Rock Center for Corporate Governance and the Steyer Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance Emily raises awareness Read full profile Jonathan Koomey Research Fellow jgkoomey stanford edu Jonathan Koomey is a Research Fellow at the Steyer Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance at Stanford University worked for more than two decades at Lawrence Read full profile Ruth Levine Research Fellow rclevine stanford edu Ruth Levine is a Research Fellow at Stanford Law School jointly supported by the Rock Center for Corporate Governance the Steyer Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Read full profile Felix Mormann Faculty Fellow fmormann stanford edu Felix Mormann is a faculty fellow at Stanford s Steyer Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance and

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  • Media | Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance
    in Residence Jeffrey Ball interviews an executive in the coal industry on how a changing market has affected his See Publication US Shale Oil Boom When It Comes To CO2 Emissions Not All Crude Oil Is Created Equal Mar 11 2015 by Maria Gallucci Steyer Taylor Center Research Fellow Jonathan Koomey comments in an article discussing the Oil Climate Index project of which he is a co author See Publication Worry For Solar Projects After End Of Tax Credits Jan 25 2015 by Diane Cardwell Professor Dan Reichers explains how a long term extension of tax credits for solar projects has serious political challenges with The New York See Publication Too Hot To Connect Jan 14 2015 by Ariel Bogle Steyer Taylor Center Fellow Jonathan Koomey comments on how technology can remain in use under extreme temperatures for Slate Last Monday See Publication See More Articles Videos Jeff Ball on NPR s OnPoint Steyer Taylor Center Scholar in Residence Jeff Ball was a guest on NPR s OnPoint with Tom Ashbrook discussing what sinking oil prices mean for Watch Video Stefan Heck Discusses the Resource Revolution for STC s Investing in a New Climate Feb 26 2015 Watch Video Jeff

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  • Publications | Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance
    for Early Adoption of Carbon Capture Technology Nov 10 2014 by Stephen Comello Stefan Reichelstein We analyze a policy proposal for regulating the next generation of stationary power sources in the U S The cornerstone of this regulation is a Read More See all Journals Working Papers The Heterogeneous Effects of Eco labels on Internalities and Externalities Mar 22 2015 by Anshuman Sahoo The Energy Star program labels energy efficient goods and has been credited with reducing the external costs of energy consumption Its social Read More The U S Investment Tax Credit for Solar Energy Alternatives to the Anticipated 2017 Step Down Mar 01 2015 by Stephen Comello Stefan Reichelstein Read More Cost and Price Dynamics of Solar PV Modules Dec 01 2014 by Stefan Reichelstein Anshuman Sahoo For several decades the prices for solar photovoltaic PV modules have adhered closely to an 80 learning curve Yet recent price declines have Read More How the EPA Should Modify Its Proposed III d Regulations to Allow States to Comply By Taxing Pollution Oct 28 2014 by Michael Wara The U S Environmental Protection Agency EPA is exercising its authority under section 111 d of the Clean Air Act to limit U S greenhouse gas Read More See all Working Papers Op ed News The Environment and the Bottom Line Mar 30 2015 by Jeffrey Ball Read More A Coal CEO s Game Plan Mar 30 2015 by Jeffrey Ball Read More Facing the Truth about Climate Change Here s a Political Solution to a Looming Environmental Crisis Feb 03 2015 by Jeffrey Ball Read More One Way Out of Climate Crisis Stop Digging Now Nov 15 2014 by Jonathan Koomey Read More See all Op ed News Others Know Your Oil Creating a Global Oil Climate Index Mar 11 2015

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  • Education | Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance
    of Faculty Research Stefan Heck Research Fellow Felix Mormann Faculty Fellow See All Brown Bag Lunches Wed May 28 2014 Issues in Clean Energy Access It s estimated that 1 2 billion people worldwide have no access to electricity and another billion have only unreliable access Meanwhile Details Fri Apr 25 2014 BBL Gireesh Shrimali Join Gireesh Shrimali Faculty Fellow at the Steyer Taylor Center for a BBL at the GSB Gireesh will talk about his work in assessing the Details Thu Apr 17 2014 Risky Business what do leaders need to know about the economic risks of climate change Join a conversation with Stanford Faculty and staff from Next Generation to learn more about the work of Risky Business a new initiative led by Details Thu Apr 17 2014 GSB Climate Week Risky Business what do leaders need to know about the economic risks of climate change Join a conversation with Stanford Faculty and staff from Next Generation to learn more about the work of Risky Business a new initiative led by Details Tue Apr 15 2014 GSB Climate Week George P Shultz on Climate Change George P Shultz is the Thomas W and Susan B Ford Distinguished Fellow at the Hoover Institution He was sworn in on July 16 1982 as the sixtieth Details Tue Apr 15 2014 GSB Climate Week George P Schultz on Climate Change George P Shultz is the Thomas W and Susan B Ford Distinguished Fellow at the Hoover Institution He was sworn in on July 16 1982 as the sixtieth Details See all Events Faculty Workshops The Faculty Research Seminar Series convenes faculty from across campus to present discuss and develop new ideas at the nexus of cleaner economical and secure energy generation Tue Feb 24 2015 Faculty Workshop Series Event This is

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  • Events | Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance
    in Rapidly Developing Countries Rapidly Past Events Thu Mar 12 2015 11 30 AM to 01 00 PM Steyer Taylor Center Research Seminar with Dian Grueneich Dian Grueneich Senior Research Scholar at Stanford University conducted a seminar titled Developing a Framework for the Next Generation of Energy Wed Feb 25 2015 08 00 AM to 05 00 PM Investing In A New Climate To succeed in a changing climate investors need to understand their exposure to climate risk and the investment opportunities that will arise during Tue Feb 24 2015 12 30 PM to 04 30 PM Faculty Workshop Series Event This is an invitation only event on renewable energy Fri Feb 20 2015 12 15 PM to 01 05 PM Renewable Financing in India Implications for Policy Steyer Taylor Center Faculty Fellow Gireesh Shrimali will speak at a PERR Policy and Economics Research Roundtable seminar on February 20 Mon Jan 26 2015 11 30 AM to 01 00 PM Faculty Workshop Series Event Evaluating Renewable Portfolio Standards Accounting for Policy Heterogeneity GSB E104 Stanford Graduate School of Business 655 Knight Way Stanford CA 94305 Renewable portfolio standards RPS are the most common state Wed Dec 03 2014 12 15

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  • From The Director | Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance
    and from Beijing to Bangalore to Brussels yesterday s green optimism is giving way to a sobering realization Achieving an energy future that cuts emissions boosts security and promotes jobs will require building it in an economically sensible way But today s public policies and private financing mechanisms aren t optimized to deploy the best technologies when they re ready or even in the meantime to wring the most out of the world s energy system today Converting that system as global energy use grows will require tens of trillions of dollars at a time when investors lenders and governments have little appetite for risk And since most energy infrastructure lasts for decades current investments will have consequences for the next generation at least Given those stakes the Steyer Taylor Center s guiding principle is no nonsense and non partisan If the global energy system is to grow into one that s cleaner more secure and more efficient the finance and policy tools used to build it must themselves get more robust and less wasteful Now is the time to ensure that investments are made in an economically and environmentally reasonable way across the entire energy system in renewable sources

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