Saving Energy addresses the critical need to provide incentives to make existing buildings more energy-efficient. Retrofitting existing buildings
In our seventh paper of this series, we examine the connection between water use and energy use in California. Check out the entire series of Bank
In this report, we look at policies that California and other decision-makers can develop to expand the amount of energy storage capacity
The twelfth report in our Climate Change and Business Research Initiative series recommends a new renewable energy target for 2030 that accounts
Our ninth paper of this series discusses how California can steer large-scale renewable development without depleting the state's prime agricultural and biological resources.
This course provides an introduction to energy law and regulation in the United States. It covers basic principles of rate regulation
a paper on the topic of either climate change and/or energy law. Tentatively there will be 11-12 speakers. Each week one or two students will introduce
Global climate change has emerged as the most significant environmental, if not societal, issue of our era. This seminar will explore cutting-edge public policy, legal, and ...
Under Faculty Co-Director Ann Carlson’s direction, the Emmett Institute is leading the Public Utilities Commission Clean Energy Policy Collaborative Project—a multi-year, ...
Does renewable energy necessarily mean clean energy? In an editorial published in the Sacramento Bee on November 24, UCLA and UC Berkeley Climate Policy Associate Ethan Elkind ...
Berkeley, CA, May 19, 2011 – Consumers may not be aware of the connection between water and energy consumption—or the greenhouse gases emitted
Berkeley, CA—October 24, 2011… California’s ambitious goal of 33 percent renewable energy by 2020 could receive a significant boost if the state
BERKELEY, CA, January 22, 2015 – Expanding customer access to energy data can bring cleaner, more efficient power to Californians, save money
or risk stalling the clean energy market, according to top industry leaders. Their viewpoints are summarized in a new report: Renewable Energy ...
November 24, 2013 -- Climate Policy Associate Ethan Elkind published an op-ed in the Sacramento Bee on the need to ensure that renewable energy produces clean energy. To read ...
April 6, 2016- Ethan N. Elkind, director of the Climate Change and Business Program at the UC Berkeley and UCLA Schools of Law, published an op-ed in the Sacramento Bee on how ...
July 8, 2013 -- Profssor Ann Carlson was quoted in a National Law Review article about a regulatory case dealing with renewable energy projects. To read the article, please ...
Ann Carlson, Shirley Shapiro Professor of Environmental Law and faculty co-director of the Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, was quoted in an article for ...
Cara Horowitz, co-executive director of the Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, commented in E&E News on the impact that misleading statements made by U.S. ...
February 16, 2016 – Professor Ann Carlson, co-executive director of the Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, was quoted by NPR “State Impact” and Energy Wire ...
April 16, 2013 -- Professor Kenneth Klee commented on Energy Future Holdings Corp.’s financial restructuring plans in an article in BloombergBusinessweek. “Creditors are saying ...
November 24, 2014 – Ethan Elkind, associate director of the Climate Change and Business Program, was interviewed for Newsweek about the increase of renewable energy farms in ...
Professor Sean Hecht, co-executive director of the Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, was cited by Climate Wire in an article on how a provision in a ...
that result from it, as well as to energy blackouts, heat waves and other ills. A new report by UCLA School of Law's Emmett Center on Climate Change
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