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Transatlantic Dialogue on Climate Change Innovation Drivers. by Kevin Fay Executive Director International Climate Change Partnership November 20, 2004 Villa Vigoni, Loveno di Menaggio.

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Transatlantic Dialogue on Climate Change

Innovation Drivers

by

Kevin Fay

Executive Director

International Climate Change Partnership

November 20, 2004

Villa Vigoni, Loveno di Menaggio

2111 Wilson Blvd, 8th Floor, Arlington, VA 22201 Phone: (703) 841-0626 Fax: (703) 243-2874 www.iccp.net

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Principle Industrial Drivers for Innovation

  • Governmental Policy
  • Market Response to Supply and Demand
  • Consumer Demand

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U.S. Federal Legislative Policy

  • Comprehensive Energy legislation
  • Energy tax initiatives
  • Clear Skies legislation
  • Carbon cap and trade legislation

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Federal Regulatory Policy

  • Registry issues 1605b
  • Mercury rules
  • New Source Review rules
  • Methane to markets

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Individual State Actions

  • Northeast (Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative)
  • California: Hydrogen Highway and Carbon reduction on autos
  • Southwest Gov’s Coalition and renewable mandates at the state level

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The global energy picture

  • Increased prices for oil, gas
  • Increased demand
  • Secure supplies?

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Projected U.S. Growth Rates

Source: U.S Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Projected U.S. Electric Growth

Source: Energy Information Administration, Annual Energy Review 2002, Department of Energy

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Significant Improvements in Existing and Development of New Technologies Are Required to Stabilize Concentrations

Source: Edmonds, J.A. and G.M. Stokes. 2004. “Launching a Technology Revolution,” in Climate Policy for the 21st Century: Meeting the Long-Term Challenge of Global Warming, The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC.

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Industrial Response

  • Coal vs. Gas
  • Nuclear comeback
  • LNG
  • Technology vs. fuel switch

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Access and Supply

  • NIMBY (Pipelines and Terminals)
  • New exploration horizons and regions

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Consumer Demands

  • Clean vs. Dirty
  • Cost of operation
  • Reliability
  • Availability

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Future Business Issues for Attention

  • Be engaged in all various global efforts
  • Maintain ability to capture early actions regardless of regime
  • Enhance the opportunities for global trading system

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Macro Points to Monitor

  • Assure that changes in demand will be supported by supplies and infrastructure
  • That regulatory actions provide certainty and clarity for investment returns
  • Flexibility in the ability to meet future targets

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Where’s the Big Bang?

  • Utilities
  • Transportation

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Global GHG Emissions - 2000

Source: www.epa.gov/methanetomarkets

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U.S. Carbon Emissions by Sector

Source: U.S Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Technological Breakthroughs Will Save Trillions of Dollars While Stabilizing Concentrations

Source: Edmonds, J.A. and G.M. Stokes. 2004. “Launching a Technology Revolution,” in Climate Policy for the 21st Century: Meeting the Long-Term

Challenge of Global Warming, The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC.

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Developing Carbon Capture and Sequestration Technologies Can Save Hundreds of Billions of Dollars

Source: Edmonds, J.A. and G.M. Stokes. 2004. “Launching a Technology Revolution,” in Climate Policy for the 21st Century: Meeting the Long-Term Challenge of Global Warming, The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC.

2111 Wilson Blvd, 8th Floor, Arlington, VA 22201 Phone: (703) 841-0626 Fax: (703) 243-2874 www.iccp.net

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Improvements in Energy Intensity Achieve Significant Emission Reductions

Source: Edmonds, Jae, 2004. Presentation to the Annual Meeting of the Global Energy Technology Strategy Project.

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Conclusion

  • We need a quantum leap vs. an incremental gain
  • We need to provide markets to step forward and provide most of these developments
  • We need business and government to work across all of the political time zones

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