Potts Quoted on New Federal Limits on Greenhouse Gas Emissions

03 June 2014 Wall Street Journal News

Wall Street Journal

Partner Brian Potts was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article published on June 3, 2014, titled "What's the Real Cost of the EPA's Emissions Cap?" The article explained the impact that new federal limits on greenhouse gas emissions could have on annual energy savings for utilities and their customers. It also analyzed the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) cost forecast in complying with these new rules. Potts said, “The reason EPA's electric bill impacts look so good is they are assuming that demand-side energy efficiency will allow electric customers to purchase as much as 12% less electricity per year by 2030.”

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