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Below is a sample of recent and ongoing projects led by CEEP researchers.

The Consortium for Energy Economics Policy in China (CEEPIC)

The Consortium for Energy Economics and Policy in China (CEEPIC)

RFF’s Center for Energy Economics and Policy is partnering with institutions in China to create a new collaboration dedicated to improving energy policy in China: The Consortium for Energy Economics and Policy in China (CEEPIC).

Deepwater Drilling: Recommendations for a Safer Future

Deepwater Drilling: Recommendations for a Safer Future

In August 2010, the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling asked CEEP researchers to conduct a series of studies that would help inform the commission’s investigations and recommendations by identifying potential improvements in industry and government practice to reduce the risk of future catastrophic spills.

Energy Efficiency Information Initiative

Energy Efficiency Information Initiative

RFF researchers are working to improve the design and application of energy efficiency policies by exploring the role of information in explaining and overcoming the energy efficiency gap.

Managing the Risks of Shale Gas Development    

North American Energy Integration

Researchers from Resources for the Future, working with colleagues in Canada and Mexico, have begun to explore options for North American energy integration.

Managing the Risks of Shale Gas Development

Managing the Risks of Shale Gas Development

This multifaceted analysis is one of the first independent, broad assessments of the key environmental risks associated with the shale gas development process. Researchers at RFF’s Center for Energy Economics and Policy (CEEP) are identifying the priority risks and analyzing the ways in which government and industry can best address these risks.

Toward a New National Energy Policy

Toward a New National Energy Policy​

RFF teamed with the National Energy Policy Institute to produce Toward a New National Energy Policy: Assessing the Options, which answers various questions: What national policy options can help reduce US dependence on oil and curb carbon dioxide emissions? How effective are they? How much do they cost? How do they compare to each other in terms of cost per barrel of oil reduced, or cost per ton of carbon reduced?