Clean Power Plant Rule

U.S. Supreme Court Stays EPA’s Clean Power Plan

On February 9, 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court granted the stay sought by states challenging the U.S. EPA’s Clean Power Plan. Issuance of the stay means that the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) will stop working on development of Georgia’s state plan to implement the Clean Power Plan until the courts have resolved this matter.  

EPD would like to thank its stakeholders for participating in various meetings, workshops, panels and committees. EPD also thanks the various organizations that have invited us to participate in meetings and events; we as an organization have learned and benefited from your time, expertise, and generosity of knowledge.

Download this pdf file. Georgia EPD Comments on the Proposed Federal Plan and Model Rules  - Submitted January 21, 2016

January 7, 2016 Meeting: Exploring the Clean Energy Incentive Program (CEIP)


Handouts from Panel Participants

Download this pdf file. Invitation to participate in an EPA stakeholder call on the Clean Energy Incentive Program

October 8, 2015 Meeting: Examining the Final Clean Power Plan


January 14, 2015 Meeting: Developing Georgia’s State Plan



September 19, 2014 Meeting: Focus on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy for Georgia under the EPA Clean Power Plan


August 7, 2014 Meeting: Overview of the EPA Clean Power Plan and of the Energy Sector in Georgia


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