“California Gov-elect Gavin Newsom faces pressure to cut $77 billion high-speed rail project after audit,” CNBC
Covering California’s high-speed rail project and future funding from the cap-and-trade program, Jeff Daniels of CNBC spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward
“There’s no question the state is taking bold action in several critical areas, but the idea that we’re on track for our current statewide goals and therefore ready to credibly increase ambition is misplaced.” Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward, speaking with The Intercept about California climate policy.
Covering climate policy and California’s carbon market, Debra Kahn of E&E News spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward, an author of the recent report of the state’s Independent Emissions Market Advisory Committee
“California is in the interesting situation of exploring the path to deep decarbonization.” Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward, speaking to The Christian Science Monitor about subnational climate policy action and California’s leading role.
“California advances an ambitious climate policy that should be a model for the world,” MIT Technology Review
Covering the passage of SB 100, a California bill requiring 100% of the state’s electricity to come from zero-carbon sources by 2045, MIT Technology Review spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
“The number of allowances offered for sale at auction right now is significantly higher than covered emissions are going to be. When people buy all of the allowances, oversupply is growing because we’re offering more allowances than people need in the short term.” Covering California’s cap-and-trade market, E&E News spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
Covering the Trump administration’s proposal to freeze vehicle fuel efficiency standards, E&E News spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
Covering grid regionalization in the West, Vox’s David Roberts spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
“California’s plan to integrate the West Coast grid is a great idea – that could easily backfire,” MIT Technology Review
“The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, which oversees grid operators, is working to ‘actively distort energy markets to punish states taking steps to prioritize clean energy.'” Covering grid regionalization in the West, MIT Technology Review spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
“Serious financial markets care about what happens when things don’t go as planned.” Covering California’s cap-and-trade program and Ontario’s impending exit from the market, CALmatters spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
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