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Anticipating and Understanding EPA CO2 Regulation

The U.S. EPA has stated that it intends to issue a proposed guideline document regarding how states should act under section 111(d) of the Clean Air Act to address CO2 emissions from existing power plants, including modifications.  This action is expected in 2013, along with final action by U.S. EPA on its April 13, 2012 proposed rule seeking to regulate CO2 emissions from new sources under section 111(b) of the Clean Air Act.  The speaker will address what we believe are the regulatory options for EPA with regard to section 111(d), what EPA may do with regard to its proposed rule for new sources, and related issues. The speaker will also address a recent petition for rulemaking that was filed with U.S. EPA seeking to regulate greenhouse gas emissions under numerous provisions of the Clean Air Act, including section 115 (which addresses international pollution). A white paper addressing regulation of existing sources under section 111(d) will be provided to those who register along with slides.  This white paper may be used at the utility, with city officials, with technical consultants, and, where appropriate, to public officials interested in the regulatory options. 

o    Instructors: Allison Wood, Partner, Hunton & Williams LLP; Theresa Pugh, Director, Environmental Services, American Public Power Association

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Nonmember       $179.00


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