Distinguished Senior Fellow-in-Residence and Director of the Armstrong Center for Energy & the Environment at the Texas Public Policy Foundation
Texas Public Policy Foundation
Areas of Expertise:Clean Energy, Climate Change, Energy Economics, Energy Efficiency, Energy Security, Energy Storage, Environment, Environmental Policy, Hydraulic Fracturing, Infrastructure, Liquid Fuels, Natural Gas, Power Sector, Regulation, Renewables, Tax Policy, Transmission, Water
Kathleen served a six-year term as Chairman and Commissioner of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. With regulatory jurisdiction over air quality, water quality, water rights and utilities, storage and disposal of waste, the Commission’s staff of 3,000, annual budget of over $600 million, and 16 regional offices make it the second largest environmental regulatory agency in the world after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. She currently serves as a Distinguished Senior Fellow-in-Residence and Director of the Armstrong Center for Energy & the Environment with the Texas Public Policy Foundation.
Recent Comments by Kathleen Hartnett-White
New Energy Regulations a Big Political Payoff
According to recent figures from the Energy Info"
EPA’s Methane Rule Comes Up Short