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Democrats Could Abandon Clean Energy Incentives — Here’s How to Save Them

October 18, 2021 / by

Bob Sussman /

The Hill

Bob Sussman, former Senior Policy Counsel to the EPA Administrator and former EPA Deputy Administrator, penned this op-ed about the adjustments that could be made to the clean energy performance program to address concerns that threaten its removal from the $3.5 trillion infrastructure bill.

U.S. Budget Bill Should Give Poor Families Access to Clean Energy

October 1, 2021 / by

Mustafa Santiago Ali, Brent Newman and Ed Murray /

Thomson Reuters Financial News

Mustafa Santiago Ali, Vice President of Environmental Justice, Climate, and Community Revitalization for the National Wildlife Federation; former EPA Senior Advisor for Environmental Justice and Community Revitalization; and former EPA Assistant Associate Administrator for Environmental Justice, co-authored this op-ed about the simple steps Congress could take in the $3.5 trillion infrastructure bill to increase low-income and minority access to renewable energy.

‘Disruptive’ Shutdown Seen as Crippling EPA Powers and Economy

September 29, 2021 / by

Stephen Lee /

Bloomberg Law

Stan Meiburg, former EPA Acting Deputy Administrator and former Regional Administrator, EPA Regions 4 and 6, and Betsy Southerland, former Director, Office of Science and Technology, EPA Office of Water, were quoted in this article discussing the possible steps non-essential EPA staff would have to take in the event of a government shutdown.

Industry’s Touting of Citizen Suit Standing Hurdles Appears ‘Optimistic’

September 24, 2021 / by

Dawn Reeves /

Inside EPA

Mark Ryan, former Regional Counsel, EPA Region 10, and former Special Assistant US Attorney, was quoted in this article about some recent lower-court decisions on standing that industry attorneys feel will make it more challenging for environmental groups to file lawsuits.

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