Eprinc Partners With Embassy of Mexico
On September 23rd EPRINC partnered with the Embassy of Mexico to hold an event at the Mexican Cultural Institute here in Washington DC featuring discussions and presentations on the status of the Mexican energy reform program. The event was well attended and included senior Mexican and U.S. officials.


A copy of the agenda can be found here. Under Secretary Ochoa’s presentation can be found here, and Hector Castro Vizcarra, Mexico’s representative for the Secretariat of Energy (SENER) here in Washington, did an excellent write up of the event. Hector’s briefing can be found here.


Auto Fuel Economy Standards: How Should We Proceed?

Lucian Pugliaresi, President of EPRINC, has asked the regulatory agencies for more time to undertake research on the recently released (by the US Environmental Protection Agency) draft Technical Assessment Report (TAR) evaluating so-called Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) and greenhouse gas emission standards for new automobiles.  A copy of EPRINC’s request can be found here. A copy of EPA’s draft TAR can be found here.



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Hawaii’s Grand Experiment

Jeff Kissel, EPRINC’s Distinguished Fellow, begins to take a look at the ambitious program by the State of Hawaii to move its power generation across all the islands to 100 percent renewable energy by 2045. Jeff discusses his project here.



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