Midwest Policy Dialogue: Advancing Flexible Climate Change Regulations to Foster Clean Energy, including Combined Heat and Power

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Midwest Policy Dialogue: Advancing Flexible Climate Change Regulations to Foster Clean Energy, including Combined Heat and Power

Tuesday, January 28, 2014
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Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Sponsors: 
The Energy Foundation and The Johnson Foundation at Wingspread
Goals: 

This Midwest policy dialogue will educate policy makers and other Midwestern stakeholders on the range of flexible climate policy solutions that might be available for achieving greenhouse gas emissions reductions under the existing source standards of the Clean Air Act. Understanding the advantages and disadvantages of each approach—including how combined heat and power and other clean energy solutions can be integrated—will help stakeholders identify the solutions that might work best within their state, and enable them to provide more specific input to EPA as the agency develops its draft and final guidance. The outcome will be EPA guidance that enables states to develop and implement plans that better align with their clean energy goals.

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