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Industry Warns Carbon Rules ‘Not Workable’

Industry groups have sent a letter to EPA chief Gina McCarthy warning that the carbon rules for existing power plants are “not workable,” The Hill reports. The Partnership for a Better Energy Future, which represents 140 organizations, including the Chamber of Commerce, National Mining Association, American Petroleum Institute, American Fuel … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Refrigerator Standards, Fracking Settlement, Lockheed Cleanup

The Department of Energy yesterday issued proposed energy efficiency standards for commercial refrigeration equipment and for walk-in coolers and freezers. The rules could cut energy bills by up to $28 billion and cut CO2 emissions by over 350 million metric tons over 30 years, the White House said. Hydraulic fracturing fluids … Read more »

California Carbon Price Hits Record High

California raised more than $280 million selling greenhouse gas emissions permits in its third auction, with businesses paying a record $14 per metric ton for the right to release carbon this year. All 14.5 million available allowances for use this year sold, the California Air Resources Board says. The $280 … Read more »