Peter Glaser, one of our attorneys in Washington D.C. and an expert on climate change regulation who has testified before Congress many times, was recently quoted in a Reuters article attempting to predict EPA’s approach to regulating carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from power plants. The article can be viewed here: U.S. industry sees carbon-capture as legal chink in EPA rules.
Peter was also quoted by Greenwire in an article published shortly after the September 20th release of EPA’s new proposal to regulate CO2 from power plants, which can be viewed here: Lawyers debate strength of EPA emission proposal for new power plants.
The proposed rule is still waiting to be published, and likely will not be until the government shutdown has ended. Comments on the proposal will not be due until 60 days after publication.