California may go it alone on HFC curbs after national measures rendered toothless « Carbon Pulse

California may go it alone on HFC curbs after national measures rendered toothless

Published 00:06 on February 1, 2018  /  Last updated at 09:52 on February 1, 2018  /  Americas, International, US  /  No Comments

California may go it alone on regulating potent heat-trapping refrigerant HFC gases after its initial plan to draw heavily on federal rulemaking was thwarted by a 2017 court case that stripped the national measures of their effectiveness.

California may go it alone on regulating potent heat-trapping refrigerant HFC gases after its initial plan to draw heavily on federal rulemaking was thwarted by a 2017 court case that stripped the national measures of their effectiveness.

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