US EPA’s Clean Power Plan replacement omits minimum emissions standard, uncertain on trading

Published 18:10 on August 21, 2018  /  Last updated at 18:10 on August 21, 2018  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

The US EPA released its proposed rulemaking to replace the Obama-era Clean Power Plan (CPP) on Tuesday, giving states more leeway on regulating coal-fired power plants but still considering whether trading would be an eligible compliance mechanism under the new programme.

The US EPA released its proposed rulemaking to replace the Obama-era Clean Power Plan (CPP) on Tuesday, giving states more leeway on regulating coal-fired power plants but still considering whether trading would be an eligible compliance mechanism under the new programme.

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