The Clean Energy Group (CEG) is a coalition of forward-thinking electric generating and electric distribution companies that share a commitment to decarbonization and responsible environmental stewardship. Founded in 1997, the mission of CEG is to enhance the efforts of its members in understanding state and federal regulatory and policy developments in the areas of climate, air quality, and clean energy. CEG helps its members advance regulatory and legislative priorities, apply timely updates to support decision making, and achieve their decarbonization goals.
CEG members receive timely notice of and insight regarding major power sector environmental regulations and legislation. The coalition offers a forum for members to share their views, discuss the implications of emerging environmental and energy issues, and develop targeted response actions. CEG members have access to key government officials, environmental NGOs, and other stakeholders involved in energy, air quality, and climate fields.
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Members of the CEG coalition are at the forefront of delivering decarbonized and reliable electricity and have already made substantial investments to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. CEG members operate and manage fossil fuel, nuclear, hydropower, solar, wind, and other renewable generation as well as electricity and natural gas transmission and distribution systems in 47 states. CEG members provide power to over 100 million Americans. Core CEG members include:
- Austin Energy
- Calpine Corporation
- Consolidated Edison, Inc.
- Constellation Energy
- Entergy Corporation
- Exelon Corporation
- National Grid
- NextEra Energy
- New York Power Authority
- Puget Sound Energy
- Tenaska Inc.
- Seattle City Light
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- NAAQS and regional haze regulatory actions
- Mercury and hazardous air pollutant regulations
- Cross-state air pollution rule and interstate ozone transport regulations
- Greenhouse gas state, regional, and federal policies
- Clean energy and carbon pricing legislative proposals and hearings
- Air and climate litigation
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- Comprehensive Policy Evaluation. ERM provides members with timely, in depth summaries and analyses of new and emerging regulatory and legislative initiatives based on technical analysis, policy assessments, and discussions with regulators and other policymakers.
- Energy and Clean Air Regulatory and Legislative Intelligence. ERM provides members with a centralized source of information related to energy and air quality regulatory issues occurring on the national, regional, and state levels.
- Forum for Strategic Discussions. ERM coordinates regular meetings with briefings by key stakeholders and industry experts and weekly conference calls with members.