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EPA Delays Carbon Emissions Rules

coal power plantThe EPA will delay its carbon emissions rules for power plants until mid-summer, the agency announced on Wednesday.

The rule for new power plants was originally slated to be finalized yesterday, while the final rule for existing power plants was expected June 2. The agency now says it will finalize both at the same time.

“It’s become clear to us … that there are cross-cutting topics that affect the standards for new sources, for modified sources and for existing sources, and we believe it’s essential to consider these overlapping issues in a coordinated fashion,” said Janet McCabe, the EPA’s acting administrator for air quality, according to The Hill.

Additionally, if states don’t submit their own plans to cut carbon emissions, the EPA will force states to comply with a federal “model rule,” the New York Times reports.

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One thought on “EPA Delays Carbon Emissions Rules

  1. The technology that will bring the coal utilities into compliance is called Carbon Capture Utilization.
    CCU will transform the CO2 into saleable – usable products.
    CCU pays for itself, and creates full time jobs.

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