Upcoming Events

Environmental Protection & Clean, Reliable Energy - Governments Working Together

July 9 - July 10, 2012
Washington D.C.

A conference sponsored by the National Association of Clean Air Agencies (NACAA), the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners(NARUC) and the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO).

With new environmental rules coming from the federal government, State agencies will be tasked with ensuring these regulations are implemented in a way that both protects public health and consumers’ pocketbooks. Undoubtedly, doing so will require a concerted effort between State air regulators, utility commissioners, and energy officials. This conference is part of an important dialogue among these key State agencies. In an open and transparent dialogue, learn how energy officials, air and utility regulators will reach out and work collaboratively and in the public interest.

Click here for the Preliminary Agenda

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For more information contact: Ivy Wheeler (iwheeler@naruc.org)
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Setting the Stage: The Clean Air Act's Opportunities and Challenges
Bill Becker

The Utility Mercury Air Toxics Standard (MATS)

MATS Implementation and Next Steps
Joseph Goffman

MATS and the Maryland Healthy Air Act
Tad Aburn

The Utility Mercury Air Toxics Standard
Todd A. Snitchler

Electric Utility Planning in Response to Environmental Requirements
Jeffrey Burleson

Greenhouse Gas New Source Performance Standards for Power Plants: The Road Ahead

Proposed Carbon Pollution Standard for New Power Plants
Joseph Goffman

Value of State Clean Energy Programs
Frank Prager

Cross-State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR)

The Cross-State Air Pollution Rule: What Next?
Kyle Danish

Case Studies - State Examples

Creative Solutions on Energy /Environment Issues
Malcolm Woolf

Colorado's Energy Strategy
Joshua Epel

Clean Energy Results - Advancing Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency in the Commonwealth
Mark Sylvia and Nancy Seidman

Energy/Air Quality Integration in Texas
Dub Taylor

Tools for Easing Compliance with Air Rules

EPA's Air Rules and Clean Energy: Opportunities and Resources
Sarah Dunham

PowerOptInvest: Assessing Utilities Investment Alternatives to Respond to New EPA Rules for Coal-Fired Power Plants
Dalia Patino-Echeverri