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      May 28, 2019

      Tuesday   1:30 PM

      918 F St NW , 6th Floor South
      Washington, District of Columbia 20593

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      Pathways to 2050: Alternative Scenarios for Decarbonizing the U.S. Economy

      PATHWAYS TO 2050: ALTERNATIVE SCENARIOS FOR DECARBONIZING THE U.S. ECONOMY May 28, 2019 1:30–3:30 p.m. ET National Union Building 6th Floor South 918 F St NWWashington, DC Please join the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES) as we release the results of a year-long collaboration with leading companies examining alternative pathways for decarbonizing the U.S. economy. With renewed debate in Washington on long-term climate solutions, this new analysis draws on the insights of companies across key sectors to illuminate not only technology options, but also the social, cultural and political drivers that can put the United States on the path toward a prosperous low-carbon economy. The report is the latest product of C2ES’s Climate Innovation 2050 initiative. Produced in collaboration with the RAND Corporation and the University of Maryland’s Joint Global Change Research Institute, the report outlines three different scenarios for reducing U.S. greenhouse gas emissions 80 percent by mid-century. In addition to a presentation by the authors of the three scenarios and key takeaways, company representatives will describe similar exercises undertaken by their firms to assess alternative futures and establish long-term climate goals. INTRODUCTION AND WELCOME Bob PerciasepePresident, C2ES AUTHOR PRESENTATION: PATHWAYS TO 2050 Elliot DiringerExecutive Vice President, C2ES Jae EdmondsChief Scientist and Battelle Fellow, Joint Global Change Research Institute Ben PrestonDirector, Community Health and Environmental Policy Program, RAND Corporation BUSINESS PERSPECTIVES Bob StoutVice President & Head of Regulatory Advocacy & Policy, BP America Inc. Conrad SchatteDirector of Federal Governmental Affairs, Entergy Patricia DiOrioVice President for Strategy and Technology, National Grid

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