NW Energy Coalition conference to feature EPA emission standards panel
Join us for the NW Energy Coalition’s
NW Clean & Affordable Energy Conference
May 2-3 in Helena
Please join us May 2-3 at the NW Clean & Affordable Energy Conference in Helena, Mont. Top energy experts from across the Northwest will address some of our region’s most pressing energy issues. This is your chance to network with policy leaders, decision-makers, clean energy activists, Coalition members and allies.
Montana’s Lieutenant Governor, Angela McLean, will welcome conference attendees and stress the importance of examining Montana’s energy future. Northwest Power and Conservation Councilmember Pat Smith of Montana will provide the keynote address. Other speakers and panelists will discuss topics such as Montana’s energy exports, energy efficiency, and proposed EPA emissions standards for existing power plants.
Featured panel: How will the EPA’s proposed emission standards for existing power plants affect fossil fuel power generation and what are the opportunities for regional coordination of clean energy strategies?
The NW Clean & Affordable Energy Conference will feature a panel on the EPA’s proposed emission standards for existing power plants. This panel will outline EPA’s authority and the guidance the agency is soliciting from states and stakeholders. Panelists will also assess the opportunities for regional coordination on clean energy strategies for meeting the emissions standards.
You may reserve your room online (promo code “NWEC”) or by calling 800-829-4047 (be sure to reference the NW Energy Coalition). The discount expires on Wednesday, April 16.
Stay tuned for updates on our other panels. Please visit our conference webpage for the agenda, registration and lodging information. Scholarship opportunities are available; please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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