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The Power of ChangeThe Power of Change:
Innovation for Development and Deployment of Increasingly Clean Electric Power Technologies (2016)

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July 28, 2017
Congress should come up with a real budget for clean energy innovation
The Hill (Opinion)
A major 2016 study of the United States energy system by the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine, similarly, called for a significant increase in the federal innovation investment. The United States government itself promised to join nineteen other major nations in doubling energy research, development, and demonstration expenditures just two years ago.

October 24,2016
Wind is an even bigger boondoggle than ethanol
Canada Free Press (Opinion)
A study by the National Academy of Sciences shows that these conventional energy sources are much cheaper than wind power.

September 9, 2016
California and the allure of a ‘carbon price’
Bloomberg Government
Chad Holliday, the chairman of Royal Dutch Shell, said governments need to put a price on carbon if they want to curb emissions. Holliday, who led a National Academies of Sciences panel looking at barriers to low-carbon alternatives, has plenty of company in this view, including some of our favorite editorial writers.

September 9, 2016
US Should Significantly Increase Support For Clean Energy Innovation
Clean Technica
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine has urged the United States Congress, federal, and state agencies to “significantly increase” support for innovation in what it calls “increasingly clean” electric power technologies.

September 8, 2016
National Academy: US needs ‘price on pollution’ to spur clean energy
Charleston Gazette-Mail
The United States needs to adopt a policy that sets a “price on pollution” to accelerate the transition to “increasingly clean energy” sources, combating climate change and adverse health and environmental effects, experts appointed by the National Academy of Sciences said in a report published Thursday.

September 8, 2016
National Academies panel urges overhaul of energy policies
The United States needs to put a price on carbon dioxide and other pollutants and overhaul energy policies to help avoid catastrophic climate change and other public health calamities, according to a report released today by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine.

September 8, 2016
NAS Urges Congress To Craft EPA Management Program For CO2 Storage, Transport
Inside EPA (subscription required)
A new National Academy of Sciences (NAS) report is urging Congress to pass legislation instructing EPA to develop “long-term performance standards” for transport and storage of carbon dioxide, in an effort to remove regulatory uncertainties that could slow widespread adoption of carbon capture and storage (CCS).