Oregon governor to set declining GHG caps, strengthen LCFS after Republican legislative walkout

Published 19:14 on March 10, 2020  /  Last updated at 23:27 on March 10, 2020  /  Americas, Canada, RINs & LCFS, US  /  No Comments

Oregon Governor Kate Brown (D) signed an executive order Tuesday to set a declining emissions cap for several sectors, double the state’s Clean Fuels Program (OCFP) target, and boost energy efficiency goals after the legislature failed to pass a cap-and-trade bill for the second straight year.

Oregon Governor Kate Brown (D) signed an executive order Tuesday to set a declining emissions cap for several sectors, double the state’s Clean Fuels Program (OCFP) target, and boost energy efficiency goals after the legislature failed to pass a cap-and-trade bill for the second straight year.

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