Regulations for a Clean Power Sector

March 9, 2022

The EPA is working on regulations that will act as a successor to the Clean Power Plan and the Affordable Energy Rule. The forthcoming regulations will target carbon indirectly as a result of addressing air pollutants associated with carbon dioxide, or by requiring efficiency upgrades. Numerous legal, logistical, and policy challenges remain, however. This webinar will examine what these new regulations are likely to entail, potential legal challenges, and the implications for the power industry.

Featuring:
Dale Bryk
Former Deputy Secretary,
Energy & Environment
New York State
Moderator
Emily Sanford Fisher
General Counsel, Corporate Secretary, & Senior VP
Edison Electric Institute
Carrie Jenks
Executive Director,
Harvard Environmental
& Energy Law Program

Ben Longstreth
Senior Attorney,
Natural Resources
Defense Council
 

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