Industry Stresses What It Sees As Parallels To CPP In Utility GHG Rule Case

June 20, 2024
Power sector groups and GOP-led states are pushing back on EPA’s attempt to characterize litigation over its power plant greenhouse gas standards as a debate about “technical” findings, instead stressing what they see as analogies to the litigation that overturned the Obama-era Clean Power Plan (CPP). “This case is not a mere dispute over EPA’s ‘reasoned technical judgments,’” as EPA argues, says an ad hoc group of utilities known as Electric Generators for a Sensible Transition in their June 18...

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