Q1 Pennsylvania RGGI entrance doubtful as legislative agency holds up regulation

Published 20:56 on December 6, 2021  /  Last updated at 20:56 on December 6, 2021  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

An agency of Pennsylvania's Republican legislature has denied Democratic Governor Tom Wolf’s administration the chance to immediately publish its RGGI-aligned cap-and-trade regulation, meaning the Keystone State is likely to see its possible entrance into the Northeast US market slip to Q2 2022 or later.

An agency of Pennsylvania’s Republican legislature has denied Democratic Governor Tom Wolf’s administration the chance to immediately publish its RGGI-aligned cap-and-trade regulation, meaning the Keystone State is likely to see its possible entrance into the Northeast US market slip to Q2 2022 or later.

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