CLEAN FREE MARKET POLICY and CLEAN TAX CUTS
The COVID-19 health crisis has had a drastic impact on the policy landscape and our work in policy development. We continue to pursue free market strategies, and are discussing potential pathways forward with our research partners. We welcome your ideas and suggestions.
Please feel free to review, download and share these documents summarizing proposals related to the Clean Free Market (CFM) and Clean Tax Cuts (CTC) policy concepts. These briefs describe collaborative works-in-progress, exploring new policies that seek to accelerate capitalization, participation, innovation and deployment for clean free enterprise, by expanding freedom and shrinking barriers for such solutions. We hope that publishing these briefs will advance knowledge, education and research into emerging policy solutions. Each draft may be updated as more information becomes available.
Policy Briefs - Clean Free Market Policy
Policy Brief #1 - Overview of Clean Free Market Policy
Policy Brief #2 - Understanding Clean Tax Cuts
Policy Brief #3 - Tax-Exempt Clean Asset Bonds and Loans (CABLs)
Policy Brief #4 - Equity-Side Clean Tax Cuts for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Policy Brief #5 - Timeline of Clean Free Market Policy Innovation
Policy Brief #6 - Energy Choice Competition for Power Markets
Policy Brief #7 - Clean Free Market Strategies for Energy Innovation
Clean Free Market Act: International Concept Summary
Developed under the leadership of the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), August 2018
Clean Free Market Act: Federal Legislative Language Guidance
Developed under the leadership of the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, May 2019, with input from CCLC, CRES Forum & ClearPath; does not include international tax reciprocity, but could.
Clean Asset Bonds: Bullet Points
Developed under the leadership of the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, May 2018
Collaborative Policy Development Process
These ideas have emerged from collaborative, non-partisan working groups involving hundreds of scholars and industry experts, and dozens of think tanks. Please join us as we try to advance this collaborative policy R&D work. We welcome a wide range of expert collaborators who can brainstorm and analyze new ideas from diverse viewpoints. Please check back often to see all the latest developments, as we update and improve on this work continuously. Contact us should you need more information.