AEE’s senior vice president of policy and government affairs, Malcolm Woolf was interviewed by the Washington Post for a story on state reactions to the EPA’s upcoming Clean Power Plan. The article points out that, despite political rhetoric to the contrary, many states are positioned to meet their goals with little difficulty.
From the article:
“It’s frankly the norm,” said Malcolm Woolf, a former Maryland state energy official and now senior vice president for Advanced Energy Economy, an industry association that includes electricity providers and major manufacturers. While some power companies have logistical concerns about meeting the EPA’s targets, Woolf said, “we’ve yet to find a state that is going to have a real technical challenge meeting this.”
Read the full article here.