Economic Development and Environmental Impacts of Pipelines, Rail and Crude

Since 1991, TGG has conducted over 30 national, regional, and state/provincial studies on the economic development impacts (notably jobs) and environmental impacts of various energy options in the US and Canada. And since 2011, TGG has co-authored nine expert reports on the economic development impacts and environmental impacts of crude oil transportation (particularly interjurisdictional tar sands crude pipeline projects and crude by rail projects) and one report on a natural gas pipeline.

Related Publications:
 
California Public Utilities Commission Application No. 09-12-020; Pacific Gas & Electric Company General Rate Case 2011; The Greenlining Institute; Direct Testimony (2010)
 
California Public Utilities Commission Application No. 09-12-020; Pacific Gas & Electric Company General Rate Case 2011; The Greenlining Institute; Rebuttal Testimony (2010)
 
Avoided Energy Supply Costs in New England: 2009 Report,
August 21, 2009 (co-author with R. Hornby, P. Chernick, et al.; revised October 23, 2009)
 
National Grid's Energy Efficiency Programs: Benefits for Rhode Island's Economic Development and Environment (2006)

Narragansett's Energy Efficiency Programs: Benefits for Rhode Island's Economic Development and Environment (2001)

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