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Legal Experts Weigh in on the Clean Power Plan’s Day in Court

Erin Smith / Blog October 11, 2016

The event was part of an ongoing series exploring the challenges, benefits, and details of regulating carbon dioxide emissions from existing power plants.

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Energy Forum Focuses on Emerging Trends in Power Sector

Erin Smith / Blog September 19, 2016

The workshop brought together experts, state officials, and stakeholders to examine how ongoing trends in the electricity sector may impact environmental policy.

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The Clean Power Plan Goes to Court: The Arguments

Energy / October 4, 2016 10:00 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. ET

Legal experts unpacked the arguments presented to the circuit court and offer insights into the judges’ questions and reactions.

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Understanding Allowance Allocation Options Under the Clean Power Plan

Energy / January 11, 2016 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. ET

Panelists explored lessons learned from past policy experience, the implications of electricity market structure, and the expected impacts on companies and customers.

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Stakeholders Discuss Clean Power Plan Compliance Options in the Midcontinent

Erin Smith / Blog November 17, 2015

While not all meeting participants supported the EPA’s regulation, they nonetheless came together to plan ahead and consider different implementation pathways.

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Implications of the Clean Power Plan for Distributed Resources and Grid Technologies

Meghan McGuinness / Blog October 19, 2015

Distributed resources or advanced grid technologies can help to achieve compliance by reducing the demand for generation from affected sources.

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Overshadowed by Ozone? EPA’s New Petroleum Refinery Emissions Rule

Brad Townsend / Blog October 9, 2015

While the ozone rules grabbed the headlines, the petroleum refinery standards have major implications worth unpacking.

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The Final Clean Power Plan: Understanding the Options for the Midcontinent

Energy / October 19, 2015 8:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. CT

States and stakeholders in the region have been working to evaluate the policy options available to states for inclusion in state plans.

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EPA Releases Proposed Rules Cutting Methane Emissions

Energy / Blog August 19, 2015

All told, the EPA’s suite of efforts on methane is part of a larger goal to reduce methane emissions by 40 to 45 percent from 2012 levels by 2025.

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BPC’s Macedonia: Clean Power Plan Creates Space for Multistate Collaboration

Energy / Press Release August 3, 2015

States have asked EPA to provide a less cumbersome pathway to multistate cooperation and early indications are that EPA has illuminated such a path.

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