Joe Biden’s Climate Plan: Achievable, but expensive

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15 July 2020

Joe Biden’s Climate Plan: Achievable, but expensive

Report summary

Joe Biden's announcement of his clean energy plan is a watershed moment for the potential direction of US energy policy, energy consumption and global climate policy. The most significant proposals in Biden's plan include a carbon-free power sector, swift electrification of transport, a dramatic expansion in energy infrastructure, and new technology investments. Our teams will be publishing more in-depth analysis on what Biden's plans means for power markets, electric vehicles and commodity demand in the coming weeks.

Table of contents

  • The power sector
  • Oil and gas demand
  • EVs and infrastructure
  • New technologies
  • Net zero by 2050
  • What does this mean for the energy transition?

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  • Net zero emissions case study for the United States

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