OMB begins review of EPA biogenic CO2 proposal

February 25, 2020
The White House Office of Management & Budget (OMB) has begun inter-agency review of EPA’s draft proposed rule setting criteria for biomass to be considered carbon neutral when burned for energy, and potentially when used in a suite of agriculture applications. OMB’s website says it received the draft plan Feb. 24, kicking off what could be a 90-day inter-agency review before the proposal is published in the Federal Register and open for public comment. Inside EPA’s Dawn Reeves...

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