Jackson Walker partner Michael J. Nasi will serve as a featured speaker during the Texas Public Power Association Environmental Committee’s meeting on Tuesday, April 25, 2023. During the meeting, Mike will speak about the final Cross-State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR) Federal implementation Plan (FIP), the proposed Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS), and Coal Combustion Residuals determinations (CCRs).
Founded in 1978, the Texas Public Power Association (TPPA) represents the interests of public power providers in Texas, including municipally owned electric utilities, joint action agencies, and some electric cooperatives.
Mike is the founder and Chair of Jackson Walker’s Climate Change & Carbon Management group and is also active in the environmental and energy practice areas. His practice spans across numerous federal and related state environmental and utility regulatory programs with a focus on environmental and utility regulatory counseling and litigation for the power sector as well as project development incentives and power market reforms. Mike is counsel for energy interests in state, regional and national litigation and policy initiatives including matters pending before several state and federal agencies and multiple Federal Circuit Courts of Appeals and the Supreme Court of the United States.
Mike has been an expert witness and speaker at hearings, energy policy events, and classrooms across the country, including the White House and the United Nations, and is published in several trade, law, and business journals on environmental and energy law. He participates on advisory boards or as counsel for several state and regional energy research initiatives including the Wyoming Energy Agency, North Dakota’s Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC) Foundation Board, the Southern States Energy Board (SSEB), the Energy Council, and the University of Houston Center for Carbon Management in Energy (CCME).
To explore the firm’s representation of energy clients in developing and deploying incentives and projects for the capture, transportation, utilization, and storage of carbon dioxide, visit the Energy and Climate Change & Carbon Management practice pages.