Energy Policy

Calif. Energy Commission Chairman Weisenmiller discusses impact of EPA power plant regs on his state

How could U.S. EPA's proposed new source regulations and anticipated existing source standards affect the climate and energy policies already in place in California? During today's OnPoint, Robert Weisenmiller, chairman of the California Energy Commission, explains how EPA has engaged California on the agency's air regulations. Weisenmiller also talks about the impact of the San Onofre nuclear facility closure on Southern California's electricity system and discusses the future of nuclear power and hydraulic fracturing in his state.