A national Clean Electricity Performance Program needs to support clean-tech innovation

Read the full opinion piece at Utility Dive.

The linchpin of President Biden’s strategy to achieve a net-zero electricity grid by 2035 is a national Clean Electricity Performance Program, or CEPP, which encourages utilities to produce an increasing amount of power from low-carbon resources. The idea, included in Congressional Democrats’ budget reconciliation outlines in the House and Senate, is similar to previous clean energy standard (CES) proposals but is designed in such a way as to pass through the simple majority reconciliation process in the Senate.

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