NSR Issues for Reform: Accounting for Project-Related Emissions Reductions at the Project Assessment Level (Step 1)

During this second webinar in a four-part series, Trinity senior NSR experts will discuss the issue of accounting for project-related emission reductions at the project assessment level ("Step 1") including the regulatory and legal background, the difficulties and ambiguities under current rule or policy, possible approaches to reform, and their associated implications for industry. 

This presentation is intended for facility and corporate environmental staff at industrial companies, and environmental attorneys, who are involved in NSR permitting. Attendance will help environmental professionals who are responsible for major source permitting for their companies to develop a useful framework from which to monitor future developments. 


Webinar topics
The webinar will specifically discuss the implications of the March 13, 2018 EPA guidance on Project Emissions Accounting, including:

  • Implications of new guidance on Step 1 procedures for projects involving only existing units, only new units, or hybrid projects with both new and existing units.
  • How projected actuals emission accounting can be used in Step 1 for existing units and in hybrid test situations.
  • Review of EPA’s new position Project Emissions Accounting impacts prior guidance on project netting.
  • Possible implications the memo poses on the aspect of project aggregation.
  • Discussion by the presenters on potential technical challenges that the new guidance may pose when implementing this new guidance on applicability testing going forward.
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NSR Issues for Reform: Pre-Change Projected Actual Emissions Assessments and Post-Change Emissions Monitoring and Reporting

During this first in a series of four monthly webinars on complex New Source Review Reform issues, Trinity President Jay Hofmann and Managing Director Mike Remsberg examine policy and guidance for pre-change projected actual emissions (PAE) assessments and monitored post-change actual emissions, including when “excluded emissions” are considered in the pre-change or post-change  assessments. The discussion will address existing rule language, historical guidance provided by EPA, examples of how the rule and guidance have been interpreted, court cases that have shaped enforcement, and the EPA Administrator’s December 7, 2017, memorandum addressing the agency’s current enforcement position.   

Participants will gain a greater understanding of how to incorporate these issues into their modification plans, what bases for negotiation they may have with regulators, and how to engage in the regulatory/policy development process on this issue. 

This presentation is intended for facility and corporate environmental staff at industrial companies, and environmental attorneys, who are involved in NSR permitting.

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