US Carbon Pricing Roundup for week ending May 17

Published 18:16 on May 17, 2019  /  Last updated at 18:16 on May 17, 2019  /  Americas, Carbon Taxes, RINs & LCFS, US  /  No Comments

A summary of legislative and regulatory action on carbon pricing and clean energy at the US subnational and federal level taken this week, including the New Hampshire legislature passing a bill to divert RGGI funding to energy efficiency projects and remove an exit clause, the US House of Representatives discussing carbon taxes in the chamber’s tax-writing committee, and California officials floating the idea of banning internal combustion engines to counter federal vehicle fuel standard rollbacks.

A summary of legislative and regulatory action on carbon pricing and clean energy at the US subnational and federal level taken this week, including the New Hampshire legislature passing a bill to divert RGGI funding to energy efficiency projects and remove an exit clause, the US House of Representatives discussing carbon taxes in the chamber’s tax-writing committee, and California officials floating the idea of banning internal combustion engines to counter federal vehicle fuel standard rollbacks.

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