US MIDTERMS PREVIEW – PART 2: Pennsylvania’s RGGI linkage uncertainty, legal woes to continue past elections

Published 18:23 on November 3, 2022  /  Last updated at 18:23 on November 3, 2022  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

A Democratic sweep in Pennsylvania’s Nov. 8 election would not immediately spell an end to the state’s existing legal challenges to its RGGI-linked carbon market regulation, while there is no doubt what Republican control would mean for the future of the programme, experts told Carbon Pulse.

A Democratic sweep in Pennsylvania’s Nov. 8 election would not immediately spell an end to the state’s existing legal challenges to its RGGI-linked carbon market regulation, while there is no doubt what Republican control would mean for the future of the programme, experts told Carbon Pulse.

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