After years of delay, EPA gets back on track in issuing rules that provide a path to a cleaner power fleet.
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The American Materials Manufacturing Alliance makes misleading arguments in letter to Senators Kerry and Lieberman, calling for EPA to redo its modeling of the American Power Act.
Senate climate legislation still needed.
A new WRI report looks at what greenhouse gas emissions reductions could be achieved through federal and state regulations that are already in place.
A bill that strips the EPA of its authority or that sets a weak cap on greenhouse gas emissions could do more harm than good.
This post originally appeared on the National Journal Energy & Environment Blog.
The Senate must consider several important issues before designing an electric power-only emissions trading program.
PECPA is unlikely to achieve estimated future emissions reductions.
This summary provides a concise overview of the carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) and related provisions in the American Power Act, released as a discussion draft by Senators John Kerry and Joseph Lieberman on May 12, 2010). This summary generally follows the structure of the relevant provisions.
This document provides a detailed summary of the greenhouse gas (GHG) offset provisions in the American Power Act, which was introduced by Senators Kerry and Lieberman on May 11, 2010.1