2 – 3:30 p.m. Eastern
This event is free of charge and open only to APPA utility members and their legal counsels.
The Environmental Protection Agency has signed its intent to replace the Clean Power Plan (CPP), with a narrower rule, interpreting the “best system of emission reduction” as measures that can be applied directly to a source. In preparation for a new rule EPA sought input on how to establish the BSER, compliance measures and state planning requirements.
Join this webinar to hear an overview of the various comments EPA received responding to its CPP advanced notice of proposed rule making, as well as a discussion on potential ways EPA could set the BSER (i.e., menu and historical emissions approach).
Who Should Participate
This webinar is designed for regulatory affairs, legal, policy staff, as well as other interested or tacking environmental policy. This event is only open to APPA utility members and their legal counsels.
Carolyn Slaughter, Director of Environmental Policy, American Public Power Association, Arlington, Virginia
Allison D. Wood, Partner, Hunton & Williams, Washington, D.C.
Allison has helped clients navigate complex and politically charged climate change issues, working on several precedent-setting cases, including in the US Supreme Court and several Courts of Appeals. She has been described in Chambers USA 2016 as “a terrific lawyer.” For more than a decade, clients have turned to Allison for advice on climate change issues. A trailblazer on this issue, she has represented clients before the Supreme Court in all three landmark cases involving climate change: Massachusetts v. EPA, American Electric Power Company v. Connecticut, and Utility Air Regulatory Group v. EPA. She has also testified multiple times before Congress on the legal issues surrounding climate change. Allison has been at Hunton & Williams since 1999 and enjoys solving clients’ problems. She serves as the hiring partner for Hunton & Williams’ Washington D.C. office.
This webinar is free of charge for APPA utility members and their legal counsels.
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