How the new administration could impact the U.S. energy landscape

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Now that the results of the presidential election are clear(er), power and gas companies are trying to understand how a new Presidential Administration could affect the market, regulatory, and operations landscape. For example, what are the practical implications of a zero-emission power sector by 2035 or a zero-emissions economy by 2050? How will the immense scale of our current energy infrastructure, foreseeable technical change, consumer preferences, and investor decisions impact these goals?

Watch as ICF experts discuss the major national policy issues presented during the 2020 campaign, as well as regional and sector implications.

This webinar covers:

  • The primary elements of the Biden plan.
  • Environmental objectives as a driver of energy policy.
  • How the goals compare to the current state of energy production and consumption.
  • Market and asset implications of potential actions in the near and midterm.

 

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Meet the authors
  1. Chris MacCracken, Vice President, Energy Advisory + ICF Climate Center Senior Fellow

    Chris is an energy policy expert with more than 25 years of experience helping public and private sector clients to understand the impacts of energy and environmental regulation on electricity markets. View bio

  2. Michael Sloan, Senior Managing Director, Gas Energy Markets

    With over 35 years of experience, Michael provides analytical and regulatory support to assess the impact of decarbonization policy on gas utility clients. View bio

  3. Timothy McClive, Senior Advisor, Energy Markets