The Latest on the EPA Power Plant Rule
The Environmental Protection Agency proposed in May a new standard that would drastically reduce emissions and toxic pollutants coming from power plants across the country. Fossil fuel-fired power plants, which were responsible for 25 percent of the country’s emissions in 2021, will need to make major changes to meet the EPA’s guidelines: lowering emissions by nearly 90 percent by 2040. Fill out the form to access the DataPoint Analysis.
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