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GHG Regulation of Existing Power Plants under the Clean Air Act

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

President Obama has directed the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to issue final regulations for the existing fleet of power plants by June 2015. Understanding the mechanics of such regulations is essential for policymakers, industry and other stakeholders. To advance constructive dialogue on this complex and important topic, the Bipartisan Policy Center’s (BPC) Energy Project, along with the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, is convening a series of workshops in the coming months.

BPC intends to work with a broad set of stakeholders to design the workshop series. Future discussions will consider the varied approaches that states have underway to regulate the power sector and will investigate analytic approaches to assess the costs, environmental impacts and regional implications of GHG policies.

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Events

State, Regional and Company Approaches to Reduce Power Sector GHG Emissions
April 7, 2014

Policy Design and Impacts
December 6, 2013

What Is It All About and How Will It Work?
September 25, 2013

Press Releases

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy and NARUC President Colette Honorable Will Keynote April 7 BPC-NARUC Conference
March 12, 2014

Speakers Confirmed for BPC’s December Workshop on Policy Design and Impacts of Section 111(d) Regulations
November 19, 2013

Heather Zichal to Keynote the Bipartisan Policy Center’s September 25 Workshop on Greenhouse Gas Regulation
September 18, 2013

New Series at the Bipartisan Policy Center Tackles Greenhouse Gas Regulation of Power Plants
August 13, 2013

Blog Posts

A Tale of Four Models: Modeling Insights from GHG Regulation Workshop
January 8, 2014

Leaders in Energy Policy Headline BPC’s Greenhouse Gas Regulation Workshop
January 6, 2014

10 Must-See Slides from BPC’s December 6 Workshop on Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Regulations
December 12, 2013

The Clock Is Ticking: President Obama Sets the Calendar for EPA Action on Power Plant Carbon Regulation
July 8, 2013

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