New EPA Guidance on Greenhouse Gas Permitting

Implementation Strategies to Ensure Compliance with GHG Requirements

Requirements take effect Jan. 2

Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A

Conducted on Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Recorded event now available

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Course Materials

This CLE course will provide environmental counsel with a thorough review of the EPA's new guidance and its requirements under the new GHG regulations and cover what to expect from state and local authorities. The panel will also offer practical tips for understanding and complying with the new regulatory requirements.


The Environmental Protection Agency issued its long-awaited Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Permitting Guidance for state and federal authorities, as well as companies required to obtain permits, on issuing permits for large GHG emitters. The new requirements are scheduled to take effect Jan. 2, 2011.

The guidance demonstrates what is expected with the best available control technology (BACT) process. This new and intrusive approach to BACT presents many challenges for companies and their counsel.

To comply with the GHG regulations, companies and their counsel must understand the new requirements, the guidance, and how state and federal permitting authorities are planning to apply the guidance in issuing permits covering GHG emissions.

Listen as our authoritative panel of environmental and energy attorneys examines the guidance and the requirements under the new GHG regulations, explains what to expect from state and local authorities, and offers practical tips on meeting the new regulatory requirements.



  1. GHG regulation requirements
  2. EPA guidance
  3. Strategies for meeting the new requirements


The panel will review these and other key questions:

  • What role will the EPA play in BACT determinations?
  • What is the guidance provided by sector-specific white papers for companies to improve energy efficiency?
  • What steps should companies and counsel take to ensure compliance with the new requirements?


Kevin Poloncarz
Kevin Poloncarz

Bingham McCutchen

He represents clients in complex environmental compliance and enforcement matters. He co-chairs the firm’s...  |  Read More

Peter S. Glaser
Peter S. Glaser

Troutman Sanders

He practices in the energy and environmental law fields and chairs the firm's Climate Change Practice Team. He...  |  Read More

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