Establishes a program that requires development and implementation of farm-specific nitrogen management plans, prepared based on field and crop specific conditions by a certified nitrogen management planner.
The proposal would expand emissions reduction requirements for new, modified and reconstructed oil and natural gas sources, and would require states to reduce emissions from hundreds of thousands of existing sources nationwide for the first time.
Seeking comments about how to change or enhance existing transmission regulations to support the build-out of carbon-free resources.
Models an integrated Canada-US power grid capable of achieving an 80% reduction in carbon emissions through multiple pathways using a variety of flexible resources.
Examines projections of continued natural gas use and the zero-carbon fuels, details the state of the existing US natural gas pipeline network, and makes recommendations for minimizing leakage and refurbishing sections in the network.
Analyzes market failures relating to fuel efficiency recommends that the Biden administration incorporate private fuel savings in any evaluation of the costs and benefits of stronger standards for cars and trucks.
Examines legal authorities already available to the Department of Energy and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to develop the interstate transmission capacity crucial to the energy transition.
Paves the way for aggregated DERs to compete alongside traditional power plants and other grid resources in wholesale markets.
Collects federal and state tax incentives for renewable energy and energy efficiency.
In 2016, a final rule amended FAR to require procurement of alternatives to high global warming potential HFCs.