IMPEAQ is RAP’s initial effort to develop a model process that states, local agencies, and EPA can apply to comprehensively and simultaneously reduce all air pollutants, including criteria, toxic, and greenhouse gases (GHGs). IMPEAQ seeks to identify least-cost pathways to reduce emissions of multiple pollutants by adhering to Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) principles. In doing so, IMPEAQ also seeks to minimize electric reliability impacts and other system impacts.
Integrated, Multi-pollutant Planning for Energy and Air Quality (IMPEAQ)
March 4, 2013
- Christopher James ,
- Ken Colburn