Top Officials Downplay Impact Of Adverse High Court Ruling In GHG Case

March 24, 2022
Despite some pessimism, top Biden administration officials are downplaying the potential effects of an adverse Supreme Court ruling in the high-stakes case over EPA’s authority to regulate power plant greenhouse gases, touting the range of authorities to address conventional pollutants that they believe could drive the sector to low-carbon investments. In back-to-back addresses at a March 24 American Council on Renewable Energy Conference (ACORE) event, EPA Administrator Michael Regan and White House climate chief Gina McCarthy argued that the outcome...

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