Overview

A cornerstone of E&E Legal is sound energy and environment public policy research, conducted by some of the leading and most recognizable experts in the country.   Our experts conduct primary research, which are published and released to the media as well.  As a result of the policy work, our experts are also asked to testify before Congress, state legislatures, private conferences, and other venues.

E&E Legal’s Energy and Environment policy efforts are led by Tom Tanton, Director of Science and Technology Assessment.  Tanton has more than 40 years of direct and responsible experience in energy technology and legislative interface, having been central to many of the critical legislative changes that enable technology choice and economic development at the state and federal level.

Latest Policy Efforts

E&E Legal Joins CEI-Led Coalition Letter in Support of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration CAFE Proposal

July 11th, 2018|Comments Off on E&E Legal Joins CEI-Led Coalition Letter in Support of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration CAFE Proposal

E&E Legal signed on to a letter coordinated by the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) to Heidi King, Deputy Administrator National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in support [...]

E&E Legal’s Steve Milloy Petitions President Trump for Federal Standards to Stop Overregulation Based on Junk Epidemiology

February 21st, 2018|Comments Off on E&E Legal’s Steve Milloy Petitions President Trump for Federal Standards to Stop Overregulation Based on Junk Epidemiology

 E&E Legal's Senior Policy Fellow Steven J. Milloy today petitioned President Trump seeking federal standards to end the misuse and abuse of epidemiology by regulatory agencies that [...]

Speaker brings expertise on wind and zoning

February 7th, 2018|Comments Off on Speaker brings expertise on wind and zoning

L'Anse Sentinel Friends of the Land of the Keweenaw (FOLK) hosted a meeting Feb. 1, 2018 at the American Legion in L’Anse from 6:30-8 p.m. concerning the development of wind [...]