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Energy and Climate Presentations

September 16, 2011
Tyson Slocum, Director of Energy, presentation before the Opal Financial Group’s Real Assets Investing Form in Washington, D.C.
The presentation reviews the 2011 energy and climate political landscape. (PDF)

September 14, 2011
Tyson Slocum, Director of Energy Program, presentation for SNL Energy Webinar: “Coal-to-Gas Switching—The New Reality.”
The presentation identifies the regulatory hurdles for fuel switching. (PDF)

March 5, 2011
Tyson Slocum, Director of Energy Program, presentation at the 2011 Public Interest Environmental Law Conference at the University of Oregon School of Law.
The presentation examines the impact of the Supreme Court case, Citizens United v. FEC, on environmental advocacy. (PDF)

January 13, 2011
Tyson Slocum, Director of Energy Program, presentation at the American Public Power Association’s Conference in Washington, D.C.
The presentation lays out the reforms needed to protect consumers under deregulated electricity markets. (PDF)


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