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Carbon Pricing & Renewables, What Does It All Mean? (CleanTechnica/TalkSolar)

Matthew Stepp is nationally recognized for his work on energy and technology innovation. His current work is focused on carbon pricing. Join TalkSolar host Beth Bond,  as Beth and Matt talk carbon pricing, carbon taxes, fossil fuel subsidies and national policy versus local policy.

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Matthew Stepp, Executive Director of ITIF’s Center for Clean Energy Innovation

Matthew Stepp, Executive Director of ITIF’s Center for Clean Energy Innovation

Matthew Stepp is Executive Director of ITIF’s Center for Clean Energy Innovation (CCEI). Matthew researches, analyzes and comments on a number of issues related to climate and energy policy, including innovation ecosystems, renewable energy, carbon pricing, deployment subsidies, the Department of Energy, ARPA-E, and the role of states in energy innovation.

He has testified before Congress and his work has appeared in various news and media outlets including the Washington Post, the New York Times, MIT Technology Review, National Journal, and NPR. He is also a regular columnist for The Hill and The Energy Collective.

 

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is the Curator of Green and Sustainable Business News at Southeast Green, and the driving force behind Southeast Green. Bond spent her formative years in Mobile, Alabama. She graduated from Florida State University and then served in Bouza, Niger as a Peace Corps Volunteer. When not working to better her community, she participates in her church where she serves as Co-Chair for the Creation Care committee. She is an avid tennis and college football fan.

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