D.C. Circuit agrees to partial stay of mandate in utility GHG suit

February 22, 2021
A federal appeals court is granting EPA’s unopposed request to partially stay the mandate for its ruling that vacated the Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) power plant greenhouse gas rule and scrapped a repeal of the broader Obama-era Clean Power Plan (CPP), giving the agency more time to weigh how to regulate utility GHGs. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in a Feb. 22 order in American Lung Association, et al. v. EPA, et al .,...

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