Experts Debate Reliability Safeguards For EPA’s Existing Gas GHG Rule

May 17, 2024
Power sector experts are arguing that EPA’s planned rule setting greenhouse gas limits for existing gas-fired power plants should, at a minimum, adopt a series of reliability safeguards that officials included in their recently finalized GHG limits for new gas plants and existing coal plants. At the same time, however, some industry representatives argue those measures are insufficient, particularly for addressing longer-term reliability worries. During a May 17 forum at EPA headquarters, several panelists agreed that EPA’s recently finalized power...


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