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CCAP's Helme to step down; Tyndall takes CEO post

After three decades of work on air and climate policy as president and founder of the Center for Clean Air Policy, Ned Helme today exclusively announced to E&E that he will step down as president of the organization effective Feb. 16. During today's OnPoint exclusive, Helme and CCAP's incoming CEO, William Tyndall, discuss the changes ahead for the organization and plans for policy dialogues, clean energy technology distribution and climate finance.