Nearly 30 years since the passage of the Energy Policy Act, HEPG continues to serve as the key incubator of concepts that have shaped many aspects of the North American electricity market.

At HEPG plenary sessions, regulators, policy-makers, and industry leaders test ideas, hear comprehensive analysis of challenges, and address the consequences of different approaches to address them.  

"The Harvard Electricity Policy Group in my view has played an extraordinary role in a hugely complex public policy issue  which requires real intellectual effort, and people in the industry and in the regulatory establishment recognize that."                

                                                         Phil Sharp, (D) IND, Chair, Energy and Power Subcommittee, U.S. House of Representatives

                                                                    

 

Upcoming Events

2022 Oct 14

Constructing an HEPG Agenda, Taking Stock

1:00pm to 4:00pm

Location: 

Virtual Session. Meeting time EST

The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is greatly about energy and climate related investments. The main political sausage compromise of the broad policy debate is now a done deal: no carbon tax but a methane fee! Attention must shift to implementation and consequences. Expanded subsidies will be here for the immediate future and the money will be spent. The implied Federal policy does not yet resolve many...

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Our Leadership

Ashley Brown

Ashley C. Brown

HEPG Founding Executive Director

William Hogan

William W. Hogan

HEPG Research Director