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May 26, 2024
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Power Plant Emission Rules Up in the Air as Technologies Change
EPA Writing New Rule While Supreme Court Reviews Rejection of Trump EPA Rule
EPA authority over power plant emissions is back on the front burner as the agency prepares new rules even as the Supreme Court reviews an earlier circuit court dismissal of a Trump administration plan. Top legal experts examined the issue Wednesday in an Energy Leaders Webinar Series produced by OurEnergyPolicy. Clockwise from top left: The discussion was moderated by Dale Bryk, Harvard; Carrie Jenks, Harvard; Ben Longstreth, NRDC and Emily Sanford-Fisher, EEI.
EPA authority over power plant emissions is back on the front burner as the agency prepares new rules even as the Supreme Court reviews an earlier circuit court dismissal of a Trump administration plan. Top legal experts examined the issue Wednesday in an Energy Leaders Webinar Series produced by OurEnergyPolicy. Clockwise from top left: The discussion was moderated by Dale Bryk, Harvard; Carrie Jenks, Harvard; Ben Longstreth, NRDC and Emily Sanford-Fisher, EEI. | OurEnergyPolicy
The battle over federal rules controlling power plant emissions is heating up again as EPA prepares to issue revised regulations by the end of the year.
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