EFI California Energy Study Outlines Agenda to Maintain Global Leadership


The Energy Futures Initiative, founded in 2017 by former U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest J. Moniz and colleagues, has released its full report on pathways for meeting California’s aggressive 2030 low-carbon energy goals and the innovation agenda needed for mid-century deep decarbonization. 

WASHINGTON, D.C (May 2, 2019) : The Energy Futures Initiative, Inc. (EFI), a not-for-profit think tank dedicated to driving innovation in energy technology, policy, and business models, published the full findings of a study outlining how the state of California can maintain its global leadership in forging a low-carbon energy economy. 

The study, Optionality, Flexibility & Innovation: Pathways for Deep Decarbonization in California, examines 33 clean energy pathways and technology options that California policymakers must consider as it plans and executes an unprecedented transformation of its energy system. 

The full report, Summary for Policymakers, and Fact Sheet are all available for download at www.energyfuturesinitiative.org

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