From: Morning Consult
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Subject: Morning Consult Energy Sunday Edition: EPA Targets--How Hard Will Your State Have to Work? (Interactive Map)
Date: Sun Jun 08 18:32:35 MDT 2014
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EPA Targets: How Hard Will Your State Have to Work? (Interactive Map)

 

By Emily Holden (@emilyhholden)

 

The Obama administration’s climate plan seeks to cut nationwide carbon emissions from the power sector 17 percent by 2030, but it sets widely different targets for the states. The proposed rule offers four options for reaching the goals and describes how much a state might rely on each method.

 

But just how much states will actually have to change their current power sources within these four different options has been difficult to gauge. To make things easier to understand, Morning Consult prepared an interactive map that demonstrates how big of a change each option would require if states followed the EPA’s guidance exactly. For example, Delaware would have to decrease electricity production from coal-fired plants 89 percent. Ohio would need to increase its share of green energy production 1000 percent, from 1 percent to 11 percent by 2030. READ THE FULL STORY AND SEE THE INTERACTVE MAP.

 

 

 

Morning Consult Top Reads: June 1- June 6

The Top Ten Links You Clicked This Week

1) EPA's Interactive Map on Carbon Emissions Targets for States
from EPA

 

2) Which States Get Hit Hardest by Obama's Climate Rule?

from Vox by Brad Plumer

 

3) Court Ruling Could Complicate Meeting EPA Rules

from Morning Consult by Emily Holden 

 

4) EPA Says Its Climate Plan Will Help Natural Gas Beat Out Coal—So Why Does the Biggest Oil-and-Gas Lobby Hate It?

from National Journal by Ben Geman

 

5) Some States Already Lashing at Climate Rule

from Politico Pro by Andrew Restuccia

 

6) States, Utilities Still Grappling with Climate Rule’s Fine Print

from Politico Pro by Erica Martinson

7) Unveiling New Carbon Plan, E.P.A. Focuses on Flexibility

from New York Times by Coral Davenport

 

8) Taking Page From Health Care Act, Obama Climate Plan Relies on States

from New York Times by Coral Davenport and Peter Baker

 

9) Energy Lobbying in 9 Charts

from Morning Consult by Emily Holden

 

10) Natural Gas, Not Location, Key to State Emissions Cuts Under EPA Proposal

from Washington Examiner by Zack Colman

 

 

 

 

 

Mark Your Calendars (All Times Eastern): June 9 - June 13

Monday: Brookings Institutiton talk on disclosing natural resource payments to foreign countries @ 4 pm

Monday: House Energy markup of manufacturing legislation @ 4 pm 

Tuesday: FERC/DOE conference on reliability of the bulk power system @ 8:45 am 

Tuesday: House Appropriations markup of energy and water bill @ 8:45 am 

Tuesday: Capitol Hill Ocean Week begins with keynote from Podesta @ 10 am

Tuesday: House Energy markup of manufacturing legislation @ 10 am 

Tuesday: Heritage Foundation talk on Western land management @ 11 am

Tuesday: USEA presentation on CCS and offshore storage @  2 pm

Tuesday: EESI/WIRES talk on grid resilience, gas-electric coordination, new business models @ 2:30 pm 
Tuesday: Senate Environment hearing on superfund cleanups @ 2:30 pm

Tuesday: CSIS talk on lifting the ban on crude oil exports @ 3 pm 
Wednesday: America's Wetland Foundation briefing on Mississippi River sustainability @ 8:30 am 

Wednesday: House Transportation hearing on Clean Water Act jurisdiction @ 10 am 

Wednesday: CSIS talk on energy policy @ 10 am 

Wednesday: House Foreign Affairs hearing on energy priorities in Middle East/North Africa @ 10 am 

Wednesday: National Marine Sanctuary Foundation talk on energy evolution at Newseum @ 3 pm 

Thursday: House Natural Resources hearing on American energy jobs @ 9:30 am 

Thursday: Brookings Institution talk on Japanese energy future @ 10:30 am 

Thursday: Sens. Heitkamp, Barrasso speak at Natural Gas Roundtable luncheon @ Noon 

Thursday: U.S. Energy Association forum on efficiency at National Press Club @ 1 pm 

Friday: U.S. Energy Association forum on efficiency at National Press Club @ 7:30 am