Rhodium Group

For Analytical Support For A Post-COVID19 Green Recovery

  • Amount
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
  • Term
    12 Months
  • Type of Support
This grant supports analysis of the emission, economic, and employment impacts of a range of climate and clean energy interventions, especially those related to the response to the COVID-19 pandemic and associated economic effects. The nonpartisan analysis will be broadly disseminated through reports on the Rhodium Group’s website and shared with policymakers. (Substrategy: Multilateral)
About the Grantee
Grantee Website
5 Columbus Circle, Suite 1801, New York, NY, 10019, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for research on the impacts of carbon capture and hydrogen on air pollution from electric power generation  
Rhodium Group will conduct new research to assess plant-level and system-wide impacts of carbon capture and clean hydrogen on conventional pollutant emissions. As part of this research, Rhodium will engage stakeholders in key communities, including environmental justice organizations, and will release findings in public reports. (Substrategy: U.S. National Policy)
for accelerating the European energy transition  
Rhodium Group will provide objective research and analysis to inform the public debate about policies, in both Europe and the U.S., that seek to reduce European reliance on natural gas imports while meeting climate change goals. (Substrategy: Electrification)
for China climate economics analysis and advocacy  
The Rhodium Group works to strengthen economic analysis of China’s low-carbon transition. The grant will support the group in launching a multiyear initiative to reconcile a conventional growth policy imperative with China’s transition to a low-carbon economy future. It aims to produce research and arguments that relate international debate and solutions on just transition to the particular political economy challenges of broad economic reform and policy makings in China. The funds will enable Rhodium to use this research to enjoin high-quality discourse with Chinese economists, economic policy analysts, and climate policy researchers. Over the long run, it aims to connect that Chinese discussion with a global conversation of international policy instruments that are supportive of just transition and could accelerate China’s low-carbon transition from the 30/60 dual carbon goal to accelerated 2025/2050 dual carbon targets. (Substrategy: China National Policy)

Search Our Grantmaking

By Keyword