The Energy Bill of 2005 and the Recommendations of the National Commission on Energy Policy:. How much of the latter got into the former? John P. Holdren
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The Energy Bill of 2005 and the Recommendations of the National Commission on Energy Policy:
How much of the latter got into the former?
John P. Holdren
Heinz Professor of Environmental Policy, Harvard Director, The Woods Hole Research Center Co-Chair, National Commission on Energy Policy
Presentation at the Kennedy School
27 October 2005
John P. Holdren the Recommendations of the National Commission on Energy Policy:, Co-Chair, Heinz Professor of Env’t Policy, Harvard
William Reilly, Co-Chair, former Administrator, EPA
John W. Rowe, Co-Chair, CEO, Exelon Corp.
Philip R. Sharp, Congressional Chair, former member of Congress, IN
Marilyn Brown, Director, Energy Efficiency & Renewables, ORNL
Ralph Cavanagh, Co-Director, Energy Programs, NRDC
Archie Dunham, CEO, Conoco-Phillips (1999-2004)
Rodney Ellis, State Senator, Texas
Leo W. Gerard, President, United Steel Workers of America
Henry Habicht, former Deputy Administrator, USEPA
Mario Molina, Institute Professor & Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, MIT
Sharon Nelson, Chief, Consumer Protection, Washington; Chair of the Board, Consumers Union
Linda Stuntz, former Deputy Secretary of Energy
Susan Tierney, former Assistant Secretary of Energy, EERE
R. James Woolsey, former Director of Central Intelligence
Martin B. Zimmerman, VP for Corporate Affairs, Ford (2001-4)Members of the commission
Develop recommendations that can…
Listed here not in the order of presentation in the NCEP report, but from highest to lowest degree of “success” in getting into the energy legislation that was signed into law in August 2005.
Range explored was 10-20 mpg increase by 2015; proposed Congress ask NHTSA to recommend figure.