EPA’s Proposal to Decarbonize the Power Sector: Implications and Prospects
Join our nationally recognized panel on the Clean Air Act (CAA), climate change policy, and energy regulation as they discuss the potential ramifications of the Biden Administration's proposed rule to regulate carbon emissions from power plants. EPA's proposed standards under Section 111 of the CAA rely on advancements in Carbon Capture and Green Hydrogen — two technologies promoted by the Inflation Reduction Act as key to the energy transition. What are the implications of EPA's proposed rule for the development of these technologies at scale, for the electricity grid, and for the role of natural gas in our energy future? How does the proposal navigate the Supreme Court's decision in West Virginia v. EPA? And what are the implications of the legal challenges ahead for U.S. climate change policy and environmental law? Join us for the latest in Arnold & Porter's series of webinars addressing key issues in climate change and the energy transition.