Groups Split On ‘Complex’ Role Of Gas Plants In Clean Power Standard

April 29, 2021
A coalition of major environmental groups and think tanks is offering a set of recommendations for structuring a clean energy standard (CES) to cut power sector carbon emissions, though the groups are split on the “particularly complex” issue of how to address natural gas-fired power plants under such a policy. The divisions, detailed in the April 29 paper from the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) and other groups, underscore a thorny issue facing Hill Democrats and Biden administration officials who have...

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