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Energy Breakfast Highlights Ideological Divide

Posted in 2012 Elections, Energy Policy

By Andrew Shaw As gasoline prices approach nearly $4/gallon, there is increased attention devoted to energy policy both on the Presidential trail and in Congress. President Obama is arguing that there are no easy answers to high gasoline prices, and he is calling for an “all of the above” strategy that includes increased domestic oil and… Continue Reading

EPA Defends Controversial Power Plant Regulations

Posted in 2012 Elections, Energy Policy, Legislation (Federal)

By Andrew Shaw Last week, EPA Assistant Administrator Gina McCarthy provided remarks on new Clean Air Act (CAA) rules for utilities at an ICF International breakfast. McCarthy offered a vigorous defense of EPA’s Utility MACT and Cross State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR). Both of these rules face opposition among some in Congress and industry. Last… Continue Reading