Bipartisan Policy Center

For The Deep Decarbonization, Infrastructure, And Jobs Modeling Project

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    12 Months
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In this project, the Bipartisan Policy Center works with Third Way Institute and Clean Air Task Force to undertake detailed quantitative modeling of deep decarbonization pathways and Clean Energy Standard policies in the United States. These modeling results will be used to estimate state-level deployment of energy infrastructure and to analyze the implications for U.S. employment of different deep decarbonization pathways and infrastructure build-out scenarios through 2030.
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The Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) works to advance bipartisan policy ideas on a wide range of issues, some of which are represented in the Hewlett Foundation’s U.S. Democracy Program strategy, such as strengthening Congress and political reform. BPC is uniquely committed to bipartisan collaboration as the only viable path to legislative solutions to critical national problems. Its leadership and experts are drawn from Capitol Hill, academia, and the private sector. Through independent research, policy briefs, convenings, media relationships, and educational outreach, BPC advances the values of bipartisanship and solid policy proposals. (Strategy: Strengthening Congress.)

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