About Chris Colclasure
Chris is well versed in environmental law, particularly the Clean Air Act and state and federal air quality regulations. He advocates for oil and gas operators, electric generating units, coal mines and other industries in permitting, compliance, enforcement and regulatory disputes. He has appeared in state rulemaking hearings and submitted written comments on proposed EPA regulations. Chris litigated regional haze disputes involving emission controls with total costs in excess of $1 billion, a $4 million Clean Air Act citizen suit, and several National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) cases, including a challenge to a lease of 430 million tons of coal.
As a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Air Force Reserve, Chris represents federal agencies in electric utility rate cases before state public utilities commissions.
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