Stakeholder Group: Emissions Banking and Trading
- About the Group
- Participating in this Stakeholder Group
- Schedule of Future Meetings
- Minutes and Agendas of Past Meetings
- Staff Members
About the Emissions Banking and Trading Stakeholder Group
The Emissions Banking and Trading (EBT) Stakeholder Group was originally named the Emission Reduction Credit Stakeholder Group. This group was renamed to clarify that all EBT programs are encompassed within this Stakeholder Group.
The EBT Stakeholder Group is an open participation stakeholder group; therefore, anyone who wishes to join the group may attend the meetings. The goal of the group is to seek stakeholder input on issues related to all banking programs. While the immediate focus of the group will be related to information being evaluated by the EBT team, the stakeholder group will be maintained to help keep stakeholders informed and solicit comments on potential future agency actions related to EBT.
Participating in this Stakeholder Group
The Emissions Banking and Trading Stakeholder Group is an open-participation group. Anyone who wishes to join the group may attend the meetings.
Schedule of Future Meetings
There are no meetings scheduled.
Minutes and Agendas of Past Meetings
|Dec. 12, 2011||Agenda||Presentation|
|Jan. 4, 2006||Agenda||Minutes|
|Feb. 25, 2004||Agenda||Minutes|
|Mar. 13, 2002||Agenda||Minutes|
|Feb. 27, 2002||Agenda||Minutes|
The member list is updated after each stakeholder meeting with the name, company, and e-mail address of the attendees.
Join E-mail Update List
Use the link below to sign up to receive e-mail updates on EBT-related information. Select Emissions Banking and Trading (EBT) Program under the Air Qualityheading.
Contact Program Staff
For more information or to suggest topics for meetings, please contact Brandon Greulich at 512-239-4904 or through the main Air Quality Division line, 512-239-4900. You may also e-mail your question or comment to email@example.com. Be sure to put “Emissions Banking and Trading Stakeholder Group” in the subject line of your e-mail.