The Bipartisan Policy Center’s (BPC) Energy Project and a panel of experts held a discussion on how early action is accounted for in the Clean Power Plan. This panel of experts from state, utility and environmental advocate perspectives discussed the treatment of: energy efficiency savings prior to 2020, renewable energy and existing cap-and-trade programs, among other topics.
Over the last year, BPC’s Energy Project has held a series of workshops and events on the Clean Power Plan to inform both the debate and the comments submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency.
Assistant Commissioner, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Senior Director of Governmental Affairs, Southern Company
Director of Regulatory Policy and Senior Attorney, Environmental Defense Fund