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Steve Fine


Vice President

Steve Fine

Steve Fine is an expert on environmental markets and has led numerous multistakeholder engagements, including the Edison Electric Institute, U.S. Climate Action Partnership, Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), and Clean Energy Group. His work has concentrated on evaluating the economics of conventional and renewable energy resources within the context of developing environmental regulations. He was an invited panelist to a U.S. Senate roundtable discussion on the future of 3P and 4P legislation conducted by Senators Carper and Alexander.

Mr. Fine has an M.A. in Economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and a B.A. from the University of California, Santa Cruz.


Webinars - Valuing the Costs and Benefits of Solar

In this ICF International-hosted webinar, ICF examines how stakeholders seek sustainable, replicable, and fair ways to value solar photovoltaic's (PV) contribution to electric utilities.


Webinars - New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) Regulations for Existing Power Plants - What Moves the Needle?

In this February 2014 webinar, ICF International examines the CO2 standards for existing generation sources.


Webinars - California’s Carbon Allowance Pricing and Offset Supply through 2020 and the Market Effect of Setting a 2030 Target

ICF regulatory expert Steve Fine will join a group of industry colleagues to discuss carbon allowance pricing and offset supply through 2020 and the effects on carbon pricing on setting an emissions reduction target for 2030. This webinar is being conducted by the American Carbon Registry.


Webinars - Challenges of Valuing Solar and Its Impacts: Location, Location, DSM

In this November 2013 webinar, ICF International experts review widely used benefits, cost categories, and ranges of solar distributed generation (DG).


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