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In the face of difficult economic conditions, global climate challenges, and the increasing exhaustion of end-of-pipe solutions, the United States is pursuing continued progress on clean air and energy. This Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions report identifies a number of potential regulatory tools under the Clean Air Act, along with accompanying non-regulatory tools, which could accelerate the development and deployment of potentially game-changing clean air and clean energy technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the nation’s key industrial sectors. Specifically, it examines five types of regulatory tools that could cost-effectively promote innovative technology deployment in stationary source sectors without compromising public health protection.