From Climate Extra

Experts Cite Key Role For EPA GHG Rules Despite Hill Power Sector Plans

October 5, 2021
EPA planned greenhouse gas standards could play a major role in curbing power sector emissions even if Congress approves a proposed clean electricity performance program (CEPP), observers say, because the agency’s rules would create enforceable limits and likely accelerate a phase out of coal plants. But the extent of future climate and environmental benefits from such rules could depend on the design of both the regulation and the legislation, including whether a CEPP would offer partial credits for natural gas-fired...


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