Covering grid regionalization in the West, Vox’s David Roberts spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
“California’s plan to integrate the West Coast grid is a great idea – that could easily backfire,” MIT Technology Review
“The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, which oversees grid operators, is working to ‘actively distort energy markets to punish states taking steps to prioritize clean energy.'” Covering grid regionalization in the West, MIT Technology Review spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
“Serious financial markets care about what happens when things don’t go as planned.” Covering California’s cap-and-trade program and Ontario’s impending exit from the market, CALmatters spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
“China is creating a huge carbon market—but not a particularly aggressive one,” MIT Technology Review
Covering carbon pricing in China and around the world, MIT Technology Review referenced Near Zero’s work on California emission trends in sectors covered by the cap-and-trade system.
Covering carbon pricing efforts around the world, Jeffrey Ball, writing in Foreign Affairs, referenced Near Zero’s work on California emission trends in sectors covered by the cap-and-trade system.
Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward, writing with University of South Carolina’s Shelly Welton, authored an op-ed in Utility Dive on recent actions by FERC and implications for state energy and climate policies.
In an article tackling the diversity of energy sources used, and how to decarbonize the whole economy, The Christian Science Monitor quoted Near Zero's Danny Cullenward: “There’s more research saying it's going to be extremely inefficient and costly to run...
Covering California’s cap-and-trade program and the risks of market oversupply, CALmatters spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
“Full regionalization isn’t ‘strictly necessary to do most of the things that people advocate for,’ said Danny Cullenward, a research associate at the think tank Near Zero who has been studying the issue. ‘The notion that there’s one true path, I think, is deeply misguided.'”
When California imports electricity from other states, sometimes it involves “resource shuffling” that does not actually lead to lower greenhouse gas emissions, said Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.