Analysis Shows Senate Bill GHG Cuts May Near House Plan’s Benefits

August 5, 2022
New analysis led by Princeton University shows that the Senate reconciliation bill’s climate provisions would achieve much of greenhouse gas reductions that had been expected from House-passed legislation from late last year, with both measures estimated to enable GHG cuts of over 40 percent from 2005 levels by 2030. That same analysis, however, also shows that one of the biggest differences in the two bills comes in the power sector, with that sector under the Senate proposal projected to contribute...

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