Center for Energy Policy and Management at
Washington & Jefferson College
The Center for Energy Policy and Management conducts original research and curates resources from credible organizations to help decision-makers understand important energy issues.
Carbon Emissions 101
This explainer discusses carbon dioxide (CO2), a potent greenhouse gas, and how it contributes significantly to global emissions. The primary sources of carbon emissions include transportation, electricity generation, industry, residential and commercial sectors, agriculture, and land use. Various international, federal, and state policies have been implemented to address CO2 emissions, such as the Paris Agreement and the Pennsylvania Climate Action Plan. Pennsylvania has also joined the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), a program that limits carbon emissions from power plants.
Read more in this succinct survey HERE.
Harnessing Hydrogen Policy Brief
Read the policy brief based on research and information gathered at the CEPM's inaugural summit on hydrogen energy and CCUS
Harnessing Hydrogen Final Report
Read the final document summarizing key findings from the CEPM's inaugural summit on hydrogen energy and CCUS