Bipartisan Policy Center

For Support Of The National Commission On Energy Policy

  • Amount
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
  • Term
    12 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
The Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) and the National Commission on Energy Policy (NCEP) continue to work to improve the nation's energy security, enact responsible climate change legislation or regulations, and develop new clean energy technologies. These efforts include conducting in-house analysis and outreach, engaging and managing outside technical and outreach consultants and providing grants to support constituency engagement. Its work next year will fall broadly into two categories. First, NCEP is committed to testing and developing new legislative and regulatory strategies to achieve significant carbon reductions. Second, the Commission will continue to work through its Task Forces to drill down on key energy policy issues, most notably the Natural Gas Task Force, the Energy Workforce Working Group and the Renewable Energy Finance Working Group. The national debt will cast a long shadow across every other policy issue next year, including energy policy. BPC, with its Debt Task Force, is well positioned to make sure that any fiscal policy reforms are undertaking with an eye toward identifying appropriate clean energy opportunities. For example, the Debt Task Force will work closely with the NCEP staff on the carbon taxes and fossil subsidy components of a long-term package of measures to reduce the debt.
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for Fix Congress Cohort coordinator role  
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for the Energy Program  
The Bipartisan Policy Center’s Energy Program is focused on pragmatic climate and clean energy policies through engagement with a broad set of stakeholders and experts from diverse political perspectives. The center invites constructive negotiations and durable policies that expand the decarbonization toolkit through technological innovation, carbon management, net-zero infrastructure and policy design, and natural climate solutions. (Substrategy: U.S. National Policy)

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