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Can energy and air regulators better work together?

April 20, 2017
The Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP), a group of former state regulators, is seeking to avoid “inefficient 'stovepiping' of responsibilities” between air quality and energy regulators. Toward this end, the group is hosting an April 27 webinar where it will tout its “E-Merge” process that will help regulators align their efforts, amid an ongoing market shift toward clean power generation. According to an event notice, the webinar will show how RAP's process will help “achieve safe, reliable, affordable, and clean energy...

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