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MJB&A 3/27/2012
EPA proposed the first-ever carbon standards for new power plants.  Click here to read more.

MJB&A 3/16/2011
EPA proposed the first-ever national standards for mercury, arsenic, and other toxic air pollution from power plants.  Click here to read more.

MJB&A 5/27/2008
The Committee on Energy and Commerce and its Subcommittee on Energy and Air Quality issued its fourth Climate Change Legislation Design White Paper entitled "White Paper: Getting the Most Greenhouse Gas Reductions for Our Money." The White Paper addresses options to reduce costs while achieving emission reductions under federal climate change legislation.   Click here to read more.

MJB&A 2/25/2008
The Committee on Energy and Commerce and its Subcommittee on Energy and Air Quality issued its third Climate Change Legislation Design White Paper entitled "White Paper: Appropriate Roles for Different Levels of Government." The White Paper examines how different levels of government should address climate change, and how such roles should influence Federal legislation.  Click here to read more.

MJB&A 1/31/2008
The Committee on Energy and Commerce and its Subcommittee on Energy and Air Quality issued its second Climate Change Legislation Design White Paper entitled "White Paper: Competitiveness Concerns/Engaging Developing Countries." The White Paper explores potential domestic legislative provisions that could give incentive to developing countries to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.  Click here to read more.

MJB&A 12/5/2007
On December 5, the Senate Environmental and Public Works Committee approved S.2191, Senators Lieberman and Warner's America's Climate Security Act, after a nearly 10-hour markup session. The final vote was 11-8.


 

Press Releases

March 27, 2012
Clean Energy Groupís Clean Air Policy Initiative Statement on EPAís Proposed Carbon Pollution Standard for New Power Plants.

June 15, 2011
Members of CEG's Clean Air Policy Initiative (CAPI) urge timely finalization of the Utility Toxics Rule.

May 24, 2011
The Clean Energy Groupís Executive Director, Michael J. Bradley, testified at EPAís Public Hearing n Support of EPA's Proposed Toxics Rule.

May 19, 2011
The Clean Energy Groupís Clean Air Policy Initiative says EPAís minor adjustment to proposed mercury standard will not change impact of the Utility Toxics Rule.

March 25, 2011
The Electric Industry Can Comply with the Proposed Toxics Rule with Existing, Cost-Effective Pollution Control Technologies and Compliance Will Not Compromise the Reliability of the Electric System.

March 16, 2011
Members of CEG's Clean Air Policy Initiative (CAPI) congratulate EPA on release of its proposed rule to establish National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Electric Utility Generators ("the Toxics Rule").

October 26, 2010
New Report Shows Electric Sector Able to Manage Tighter Environmental Standards: Lead North American reliability organization report finds prompt action and proper planning can ensure proposed EPA regulations are implemented without impacting electric system reliability.

December 8, 2010
In a letter to the Wall Street Journal, a subset of CEG's Clean Air Policy Initiative (CAPI) express support for EPA's rulemaking agenda.

Press Contacts

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