Millions of comments have been submitted on the EPA’s proposed Clean Power Plan. BPC and NARUC will host a mix of panelists to share highlights from their submitted comments.
The New American System
By Jim Manzi, National Affairs
“There is much talk in Washington now about the need for a new era of American innovation to help us break out of an economic rut. But there is far less understanding of the ways in which these cycles of innovation and stagnation have worked, and so of what might be required to revive our economic prospects. By seeing how we’ve managed, time and again, to remake America into an engine of innovation and prosperity, we can better understand the nature of the challenge we now face, the character of the opportunities we may have for addressing it, and the kinds of responses that are most likely to work.”
Greenhouse Gas Regulation of Existing Power Plants Under the Clean Air Act: Key Themes Emerging from BPC’s Workshop Series
BPC and NARUC hosted a series of public workshops to explore the challenges and opportunities of regulating greenhouse gases from existing power plants.
Highlights from the panel discussion with BPC President Jason Grumet, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy and NARUC President Colette Honorable.
On December 6, 2013, the Bipartisan Policy Center, together with the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) hosted a workshop on greenhouse gas (GHG) regulation of existing power plants under the Clean Air Act. In addition to discussing policy…
State, industry and advocacy leaders gathered on December 6 to discuss what they do and don’t want included in forthcoming regulations on CO2 emissions from existing power plants. They also discussed how analytical tools are guiding their thinking. The workshop…