WEBINAR - Use of ‘Third-Party Entities’ for State and Federal Implementation of the Clean Power Plan: Issues and Options

Advanced Energy Technologies and the Clean Power Plan

Even as the D.C. Circuit Court weighs the future of EPA’s Clean Power Plan (CPP), states across the country are figuring out how to reduce carbon emissions in the electric power sector. Some states are also beginning to look at how they will administer the compliance plan that gets them to their CPP target. State and federal air regulators face challenges in the form of budgetary and staff constraints, and inexperience with ways advanced energy technologies can be used to reduce carbon emissions. As EPA itself has indicated, one solution to this challenge is to turn to outside organizations for help.

This webinar focuses on the concepts described in a new paper, Use of “Third-Party Entities” for State and Federal Implementation of the Clean Power Plan: Issues and Options, written by attorneys at the law firm Van Ness Feldman. The paper outlines ways state regulators and EPA can outsource some CPP implementation functions in order to leverage existing expertise while reducing administrative burden and cost.

Presenters:

  • Matt Stanberry, VP Market Development, AEE
  • Kyle Danish, Partner, VanNess Feldman, LLP

Please fill out the form on this page to view the webinar.


Related White Paper:

vnf-paper-gc.pngA new paper, Use of “Third-Party Entities” for State and Federal Implementation of the Clean Power Plan: Issues and Options, written by attorneys at the law firm Van Ness Feldman, outlines ways state regulators and EPA can outsource some CPP implementation functions in order to leverage existing expertise while reducing administrative burden and cost. The paper shows how use of third-party entities can achieve administrative efficiencies and enable the use of lower-cost measures like energy efficiency and renewable energy.

Download the white paper >


Related Blog Post:

For States, Meeting Clean Power Plan Goals Just Got Easier >

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Advanced Energy Technologies and the Clean Power Plan

Even as the D.C. Circuit Court weighs the future of EPA’s Clean Power Plan (CPP), states across the country are figuring out how to reduce carbon emissions in the electric power sector. Some states are also beginning to look at how they will administer the compliance plan that gets them to their CPP target. State and federal air regulators face challenges in the form of budgetary and staff constraints, and inexperience with ways advanced energy technologies can be used to reduce carbon emissions. As EPA itself has indicated, one solution to this challenge is to turn to outside organizations for help.

This webinar focuses on the concepts described in a new paper, Use of “Third-Party Entities” for State and Federal Implementation of the Clean Power Plan: Issues and Options, written by attorneys at the law firm Van Ness Feldman. The paper outlines ways state regulators and EPA can outsource some CPP implementation functions in order to leverage existing expertise while reducing administrative burden and cost.

Presenters:

  • Matt Stanberry, VP Market Development, AEE
  • Kyle Danish, Partner, VanNess Feldman, LLP

Please fill out the form on this page to view the webinar.


Related White Paper:

vnf-paper-gc.pngA new paper, Use of “Third-Party Entities” for State and Federal Implementation of the Clean Power Plan: Issues and Options, written by attorneys at the law firm Van Ness Feldman, outlines ways state regulators and EPA can outsource some CPP implementation functions in order to leverage existing expertise while reducing administrative burden and cost. The paper shows how use of third-party entities can achieve administrative efficiencies and enable the use of lower-cost measures like energy efficiency and renewable energy.

Download the white paper >


Related Blog Post:

For States, Meeting Clean Power Plan Goals Just Got Easier >