EPN is Invited to the Announcement of EPA’s Draft Power Plant Rule
Former EPA Air Quality Experts Respond to EPA’s Proposed Rules to Reduce Emissions from Light- and Heavy-Duty Vehicles
Former Senior EPA Air Quality Expert Responds to EPA’s Granting of California’s Waiver Request for the Advanced Clean Trucks Rule
EPN Comments on the Reconsideration of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Particulate Matter
EPN Presents Testimony on EPA’s Proposed PM NAAQS
EPA Alumni Help with National EPA Office of Air and Radiation Recruitment Event
EPN Releases Statement Regarding Final Heavy Duty Vehicle Rule
EPN Submits Comments on the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund
We Are Disappointed in Supreme Court Decision to Limit EPA’s Authority to Regulate Greenhouse Gas Emissions
EPN IN THE NEWS RELATED TO Air Quality
History Shows EPA’s Proposed Vehicle Emissions Rule Can Be Done – It’s Worth Trillions!
May 16, 2023 / by
Margo Oge /
Margo Oge, former Director, EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality, penned this op-ed highlighting the many benefits of EPA’s proposed light-duty vehicle emissions standards and dispelling the false claims surrounding the proposal.
Biden Rule Tells Power Plants to Cut Climate Pollution by 90 Percent — or Shut Down
May 11, 2023 / by
Alex Guillen /
Bob Perciasepe, former acting EPA Administrator, was quoted in this article discussing why the Biden administration will need to get the regulated sector to support its draft power plant rule.
Groups Offer Dueling Views of Needed Ambition in EPA’s Auto Proposal
May 9, 2023 / by
Doug Obey /
Jeff Alson, former Senior Engineer and Policy Advisor, EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality, was quoted in this article about the public hearings on EPA’s proposal to strengthen emission standards for light- and medium-duty vehicles.
Biden Tailpipe Emission Rules Face ‘Major Questions’ Legal Wave
April 14, 2023 / by
Jennifer Hijazi /
Margo Oge, former Director, EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality, was quoted in this article discussing the ability of EPA’s proposed phase 3 light- and heavy-duty vehicle standards to withstand possible legal challenges.