Regulating Green House Gases (GHG) by reducing Carbon Emissions from existing thermal plants has the potential for creating unintended consequences in terms of the economy, rates, and regulatory burdens. While the efforts by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are laudable, they must be examined holistically to assure that the actions do not impede upon economic recovery, cause significant increase in electric rates, reduce available supply, and that the regulation is consistent with state efforts in regulating power plants.
Join expert speaker Ann Fisher in the training session to get a broad overview of state and federal efforts to address GHG concerns. In addition to a state by state (as many as can be identified) indication of state efforts, Ann will discuss the potential push back by other regulatory agencies including state agencies and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC.).
Who should attend?
Described as "no sharper mind …or sharper thorn in an [opponent's side]", Ann Fisher is an energy consultant and business lawyer who believes that litigation is a poor substitute for effective communication and dispute resolution. As she points out, "Litigation costs money and creates animosity wi... More info