US EPA’s science committee posts biomass CO2 report, possibly complicating federal policy

Published 22:44 on August 30, 2018  /  Last updated at 18:22 on August 31, 2018  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

The US EPA’s Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) on Wednesday posted draft recommendations for gauging carbon emissions from biomass used in power stations, a potential wrinkle in the agency’s guidance issued earlier this year that matched that of the EU ETS in considering these GHGs as carbon neutral.

The US EPA’s Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) on Wednesday posted draft recommendations for gauging carbon emissions from biomass used in power stations, a potential wrinkle in the agency’s guidance issued earlier this year that matched that of the EU ETS in considering these GHGs as carbon neutral.

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