Five Areas of Energy and Climate Progress to Watch for in 2022 – Energy Institute Blog

2021 felt a bit like “The Empire Strikes Back” towards the end there. The Energy policy revolution is still frozen in carbon(ite), largely thanks to Joe “Lando Calrissian” Manchin. Combine this with fears about inflation, exploding new COVID case numbers and many of us are ready to sit out the third part of the trilogy by sticking our head in the sand. But there are important things in the works for 2022. 

  1. A New Social Cost of Carbon. I know. You’re tired of us blogging about this. But, we are going to get the first serious and comprehensive update of the SCC since the…

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