When will Congress get to a major “infrastructure bill” that has significant energy provisions in it, and what’s likely to be included? How could COP26 in Glasgow help city leadership achieve carbon neutrality? How does the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act compare to a price signal on carbon?
Peter Fox-Penner, Professor of Practice, Questrom School of Business and Director, Institute for Sustainable Energy (ISE), recently moderated a webinar as part of the ISE’s Energy of the Future series. He spoke with guest speaker USRepresentative Sean Casten (IL-06) about clean energy policymaking under President Biden and the new Congress. Their conversation covered what we can expect from an infrastructure bill, price signals on carbon, and more.
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