Federal Policy Priorities
We have a landmark opportunity to address pollution, overheating, and extreme weather through recently passed legislation. Dirty energy emits heat-trapping pollution that is contributing to irreversible damage to our planet and putting our communities at risk.
Clean energy access is a critical tool for policymakers to consider as they prioritize solutions to lower energy costs for hardworking families, protect our communities, create jobs for Americans.
CEBA’s Key Federal Priorities:
Leverage Organized Wholesale Electricity Markets for Grid Decarbonization
Decarbonize the Grid for All
Harmonize and update the existing patchwork of clean energy policies from every load-serving entity in the U.S. to enable industry stakeholders to account for their carbon impacts.
Support Innovation in Clean Energy
Fund research, development, and demonstration for promising, pre-commercial clean energy technologies and partner with the private sector to test and deploy in the market.
CEBA’s Key Recommendations:
Modernize Federal Clean Energy and Transmission Permitting
Increase Cost Savings and Reliability with Organized Wholesale Market Expansion
Expand Critical Transmission Infrastructure for Access to Abundant Clean Energy