On April 23, 2015, MJB&A released its Clean Power Plan Compliance Tool, a user-friendly Excel-based tool for evaluating alternative state compliance scenarios. The tool is a companion to the existing MJB&A CPP Evaluation tool, which allows users to test alternative building block assumptions. The new tool calculates state CO2 emissions and CO2 emission rates based on forecasts of electricity generation and energy efficiency savings from 2020 through 2030. The tool includes built-in assumptions that the user can adopt, as well as the flexibility to apply user-specified scenarios.
Interested users can find additional information and request a copy of the tool here.