US court dismisses challenge to Illinois zero emissions credit programme

Published 17:22 on September 14, 2018  /  Last updated at 14:14 on September 28, 2018  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

A federal US court has thrown out a lawsuit against Illinois’ zero emissions credit (ZEC) regulation to subsidise nuclear energy, deciding that the midwestern state’s programme does not run up against federal authority nor does it discriminate against out-of-state competition.

A federal US court has thrown out a lawsuit against Illinois’ zero emissions credit (ZEC) regulation to subsidise nuclear energy, deciding that the midwestern state’s programme does not run up against federal authority nor does it discriminate against out-of-state competition.

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