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Environmentalists Use ACE's 'Fenceline' Limits To Push CCS, Block Biomass

November 05, 2018
Environmentalists are seeking to use the Trump EPA's restrictive interpretation of its Clean Air Act authority against it in comments on the proposed Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) greenhouse gas rule for coal plants, arguing the agency's view that it can only assess measures within a facility's fenceline means that carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) must be included when setting GHG limits and that co-firing coal with biomass must be barred. The arguments come amid a flurry of legal attacks from...


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