Clean Air, Clean Energy, Energy Security, Low Carbon Fuels
Few have worn more hats in federal government than Michael Goo. But whether he’s Associate Administrator for Policy at EPA, Counsel to the House Energy and Commerce Committee, or Senior Policy Advisor at the DOE, there exists a common thread across Michael’s 30-year career: advancing clean air and climate change legislation and rulemakings.
Michael played key roles in drafting the 2005 and 2007 Energy Acts, the Waxman-Markey climate change legislation, EPA’s greenhouse gas rulemakings under Clean Air Act section 111, and EPA’s Renewable Fuels Standard. A lawyer by training, Michael also contributed to the legal defense of the 1997 National Ambient Air Quality Standards.
A well-known expert on clean air and climate change issues, Michael has provided Congressional testimony on rules and regulations.