From Climate Extra

Former Official Expects EPA To Cut Hydrogen Limits From Power Plant Rule

November 16, 2023
A former top Bush EPA official is expecting the agency to scrap its proposal that co-firing with low-carbon hydrogen can help to set greenhouse gas standards for power plants, even as Biden officials appear to be focused on retaining requirements based on carbon capture and storage (CCS). Such a scenario would represent a significant overhaul of the proposed GHG standards, which would allow certain gas-fired plants to choose between hydrogen- or CCS-based standards. However, one environmentalist says that removing the...

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