Expert Forum on EPA’s Clean Power Plan: Comments on the Federal Plan and Trading Rules

This RFF and EPRI seminar focused on a diverse set of stakeholder comments on how the federal implementation plan and model trading rules might impact the electric power sector.

Workshops & Seminars featuring Venu Ghanta Benjamin Longstreth Victor Niemeyer Karen Palmer, and Scott Weaver — Jan. 27, 2016

Expert Forum on EPA’s Clean Power Plan: Comments on the Federal Plan and Trading Rules

This RFF and EPRI seminar focused on a diverse set of stakeholder comments on how the federal implementation plan and model trading rules might impact the electric power sector.

Workshops & Seminars featuring Venu Ghanta Benjamin Longstreth Victor Niemeyer Karen Palmer, and Scott Weaver — Jan. 27, 2016

Participants

Venu Ghanta

Benjamin Longstreth

Victor Niemeyer

Karen Palmer

Senior Fellow and Director, Future of Power Initiative

Scott Weaver

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