Coal industry sues to prevent enforcement of Pennsylvania RGGI regulation

Published 22:11 on April 26, 2022  /  Last updated at 22:11 on April 26, 2022  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

A collection of Pennsylvania coal-fired power plant owners and labour organisations on Monday filed a court challenge to prevent the state’s newly published RGGI-modelled cap-and-trade regulation from taking effect, arguing the programme is an unconstitutional tax and falls outside existing authority.

A collection of Pennsylvania coal-fired power plant owners and labour organisations on Monday filed a court challenge to prevent the state’s newly published RGGI-modelled cap-and-trade regulation from taking effect, arguing the programme is an unconstitutional tax and falls outside existing authority.

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