Reminder: Room Block Is Open For PPA Fall Energy Conference & Annual Meeting
Special rooms are still available for the PPA Fall Energy Conference & Annual Meeting October 13-14 at the Omni Bedford Springs Resort in Bedford….

Update on Senate Bill 435 & House Bill 1285
In the State Capitol, June is a time when significant pieces of legislation are enacted-often within the framework of state budget deals….

Recognizing May POMPAC & Energy Defense Fund Contributors
The PPA Political Action Committee would like to recognize POMPAC and Energy Defense Fund contributions in May….

PPA Welcomes New Association Members In May!
PPA would like to highlight the following new members joining the association in May….

PennDOT Extends Expiration Dates for Apportioned Vehicle Registrations To June 16
The Department of Transportation announced the expiration date for apportioned vehicle registrations for Pennsylvania residents that were set to expire between May 31, 2021 and June 16, 2021 are extended through June 16, 2021….

Congressional Update: New Tax Changes, Infrastructure Talks, Transportation Proposal
In conjunction with the President’s Budget request, the U.S. Department of the Treasury released its “Greenbook” detailing the Administration’s tax proposals….

Avoid Processing Delays, Renew Expiring Annual Hazmat Registrations Certificates Online Now
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Material Safety Administration (PHMSA) online portal for annual HAZMAT registration opened on May 1….

White House Releases Memo Urging Businesses To Protect Against Ransomware
On Thursday the White House released a memo to corporate executives and business leaders outlining what the government is doing to disrupt and deter ransomware actors….

Pennsylvania Carbon Pricing Wars Continue – The Latest On RGGI
PPA has been following the progress of Gov. Wolf’s proposal to reduce carbon pollution from power plants consistent with the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative by putting a price on carbon. Here’s a short update on where it stands….

PA Capitol & COVID Weekly Report: Legislators Sprint To Budget Deadline Awash In Money; Never Ending Election; Ending Emergency?
What a difference 11 weeks makes! At the beginning of March, Pennsylvania faced a state budget deficit of $2.5 to $3.5 billion by everyone’s estimates….

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