Florida State Tool for Electricity Emissions Reduction (STEER)

Why History Shows that the Clean Power Plan Will Stimulate a Robust Industry Response

"Modeling Low Cost Approaches to Clean Power Plan Compliance for Florida" shows that implementing EPA's Clean Power Plan could have no impact on electricity costs in Florida, and even provide savings for ratepayers, compared with projected energy costs in 2030. Those are the findings of multiple scenarios run through STEER, a new analytic tool developed for the Advanced Energy Economy Institute and applied to Florida-specific data.

The Florida version of the State Tool for Electricity Emissions Reduction (STEER) is an open-access integrated resource planning tool, developed for analyzing least-cost strategies to implement the Clean Power Plan. It automatically calculates the least-cost plan given policy options, load and price forecasts. All data, inputs, and formulae are visible to and changeable by the user. The principal purpose of STEER is to facilitate all-stakeholder access to data and integrated resource planning analysis as states plan Clean Power Plan implementation.

STEER Florida is delivered as an Excel spreadsheet and can be downloaded at no cost. Please email any questions about technical support to steer@aee.net

Advanced Energy Economy Institute would like to acknowledge the work of the University of Michigan and 5 Lakes Energy.

Please fill out the form to download "Modeling Low Cost Approaches to Clean Power Plan Compliance for Florida." You can also download the STEER Florida model and user manual.

Complete this form to download the paper and/or model:

Why History Shows that the Clean Power Plan Will Stimulate a Robust Industry Response

"Modeling Low Cost Approaches to Clean Power Plan Compliance for Florida" shows that implementing EPA's Clean Power Plan could have no impact on electricity costs in Florida, and even provide savings for ratepayers, compared with projected energy costs in 2030. Those are the findings of multiple scenarios run through STEER, a new analytic tool developed for the Advanced Energy Economy Institute and applied to Florida-specific data.

The Florida version of the State Tool for Electricity Emissions Reduction (STEER) is an open-access integrated resource planning tool, developed for analyzing least-cost strategies to implement the Clean Power Plan. It automatically calculates the least-cost plan given policy options, load and price forecasts. All data, inputs, and formulae are visible to and changeable by the user. The principal purpose of STEER is to facilitate all-stakeholder access to data and integrated resource planning analysis as states plan Clean Power Plan implementation.

STEER Florida is delivered as an Excel spreadsheet and can be downloaded at no cost. Please email any questions about technical support to steer@aee.net

Advanced Energy Economy Institute would like to acknowledge the work of the University of Michigan and 5 Lakes Energy.

Please fill out the form to download "Modeling Low Cost Approaches to Clean Power Plan Compliance for Florida." You can also download the STEER Florida model and user manual.