Recently, the EPA published a proposed rule to repeal the Clean Power Plan which now awaits a 60-day comment period and expected litigation.
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President Donald Trump this week signed an Executive Order (EO) directing the EPA to review the Clean Power Plan, a first step in rolling back the Obama-era climate rules.
Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a stay likely until February 2017 on the implementation of the Clean Power Plan rules to cut carbon emissions.
The Senate is currently debating a broad energy reform bill which addresses energy efficiency, grid infrastructure, energy supply, and more, and could pass as early as this week.
The White House has released a revised regulatory agenda which includes rules on carbon emissions and water pollution, overtime pay, and the so-called “persuader” rule.
Late last week, final rules were published as part of President Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan which could result in dramatic energy cost increases for many small businesses.
On Aug. 3, President Barack Obama released regulations, the EPA's Clean Power Plan, designed to significantly reduce carbon emissions from power plants, as well as promoting low-emitting power sources and energy efficiency.
Following up on its recently-released proposed rule limiting carbon emissions from the power sector, the EPA has announced a series of public hearings to gather stakeholder input for the week of July 28.
The EPA this week released a proposed rule concerning allowable carbon emissions from existing power plants as part of the Obama administration's broad Climate Change Action Plan.