Utility Emissions Reporting Workshop

Indianapolis, Indiana - May 10, 2022

Learn More about Changes to Emission Reporting Requirements for Utility Sources.  Significant changes are coming to the way utilities report emissions data for both Part 75 and the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) Rule.  These changes are driven by the new MATS electronic reporting requirements finalized last year and the Agency’s plans to replace the PC-based Emission Collection and Monitoring Plan System (ECMPS) with a web-based application and to switch from the current XML to a new JSON reporting format under the new system.  Other recent rule changes, such as lifting the stay on the Combustion Turbine (CT) MACT, also have reporting implications for utility sources.
This half-day workshop is intended to help you stay informed about the new rules and processes, navigate the reporting changes, and understand the requirements.  Topics will include:    

•    Navigating the New ECMPS Reporting Changes
•    XML and JSON Reporting Formats
•    New MATS Reporting Requirements
•    Quarterly Compliance Reports
•    Supplemental Stack Test Data Files   
•    MATS Deviation Reporting
•    CEDRI & ERT Requirements that Apply to Utilities
•    Reporting Requirements Under CT MACT
•    General Stack Test Reporting Requirements

The Utility Emissions Reporting Workshop will be held at the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis (One South Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana) on Tuesday, May 10, 2022 (1:00pm - 5:00 pm) in conjunction with the EPRI CEMS User Group Meeting, which starts the following day at the nearby Indianapolis Convention Center.  The cost to attend the Utility Emissions Reporting Workshop is $250 and includes a workshop manual and coffee breaks.  It does not include travel costs or hotel accommodations.    

To register, click here to download a copy of the course brochure, which includes a registration form, or click 'Register Now' below to register online. 

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