Groups Split On Power Plant ELG But All Doubt EPA’s Cost-Benefit Study

January 22, 2020
Utilities, environmentalists and Democratic state attorneys general (AGs) are outlining lengthy, opposing criticisms of EPA’s proposed changes to the Obama-era power plant effluent rule, though they all question the agency’s claim that its plan will achieve greater pollution reductions at a lower cost than the 2015 rule. The recent comments from the Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy, the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), a coalition of environmental groups, and AGs from Maryland, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Michigan, and Vermont respond to...

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