Clean Power Plan Resource Series
In summer 2015, SEEA released a series of papers that deliver targeted information and resources for southeastern stakeholders exploring the role of energy efficiency as a compliance strategy for EPA’s proposed Clean Power Plan and other environmental regulations.
Resource papers cover a number of topics related to the potential inclusion of energy efficiency in compliance plans that were identified by southeastern stakeholders during the public comment process.
SEEA does not take a position on whether EPA has the authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from existing sources. If these regulations move forward and include “outside of the fence line” compliance options, SEEA is focused on working with states, utilities and other key stakeholders to support energy efficiency as a least-cost, multi-pollutant resource and compliance pathway—where appropriate and cost-effective—to build a stronger, more vibrant Southeast.
For more information on this project, or to provide feedback on specific topics of interest, please contact Katie Southworth, firstname.lastname@example.org, (615) 979-5534 or Cyrus Bhedwar, email@example.com, or (404) 602-9659, or click here for an overview of the project.