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Mike O'Boyle

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Mike O’Boyle is Director, Electricity at Energy Innovation. He directs the firm’s Electricity program which focuses on designing and quantifying the impacts of policies needed to affordably and reliably decarbonize the U.S. electricity grid. He has worked U.S. policymakers to help improve the link between public policy goals and the motivations of electric utilities.

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Jiang Lin

A big payoff from US-China climate coordination

With provisions to cut US emissions by 40 per cent from 2005 levels by 2030, the Inflation Reduction Act has revived America’s global climate leadership. Since most of these reductions will come from a cleaner electricity sector, which is projected to be 70-85 per cent carbon-free by 2030, the United States will be well positioned to collaborate with others on decarbonisation of the power sector, starting with China.

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