Jeff Deyette

Director of state policy & analysis, Clean Energy

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Jeff Deyette is the director of state policy and analysis and has expertise on the economic and environmental implications of renewable energy and energy efficiency policies at the state and federal level. He holds a master’s degree in energy resource and environmental management & international relations. See Jeff's full bio.

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A Powerful 1-2 Punch: Renewable Energy Tax Credits and the Clean Power Plan

Together they can work to provide a powerful and affordable boost for clean energy while helping to cut carbon dioxide from the power sector. New analysis also finds that these policies can deliver significant economic and health benefits to consumers nationwide. Read more >

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Peabody Energy’s Bankruptcy Filing: Top 4 Things You Should Know

Update (June 13, 2016): Bankruptcy filings of Peabody Energy, the world’s largest investor-owned coal company, reveal extensive funding of climate deception through trade groups, lobbyists, think tanks, and supposedly independent scientists. Read more >

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How the Clean Power Plan Can Accelerate Renewable Energy and Efficiency

New wind and solar development outpaced fossil fuels in 2015 for the second straight year, and both technologies are on track to reach new heights this year. Our new analysis highlights how the Clean Power Plan can help states accelerate this transition. Read more >

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New Analysis Shows the Benefits of a Clean Energy Future in New Mexico

New Mexico has the potential to be a national leader in the rapidly growing clean energy economy. Read more >

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Oregon Aims to Set New Precedent for Clean Energy Leadership

Oregon is considering an ambitious and achievable proposal that would double the state’s commitment to renewable energy and completely phase out the use of coal for electricity. Read more >

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