Brendan K. Collins 
Lorene L. Boudreau 
Ronald N. Varnum


Learn what the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires in its August 2015 announcement of the Clean Power Plan, what states might need to do to measure up, and how power suppliers may be affected.

While renewable resources might anticipate playing a lead role in helping sources meet their reduction obligations under the Clean Power Plan, what is the impact for the coal industry and for nuclear power? What role might natural gas units play? How might Pennsylvania's choices for its state plan affect power suppliers you are representing? And how might actions by neighboring states affect those outcomes?

Ballard Spahr attorneys Brendan K. Collins, Lorene L. Boudreau, and Ronald N. Varnum, who are actively involved in counseling energy sector clients on environmental regulatory matters, will offer their take on these and other issues as Pennsylvania begins its work to develop a plan to comply with the Clean Power Plan.  

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