Friday, June 6, 2014

South Carolina: The perfect case study for new EPA power plant rules | TheHill

By Frank Knapp Jr.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released proposed rules for reducing carbon emissions from the nation’s power plants in an effort to address the negative impacts of climate change.  Power plants contribute about 40 percent of the country’s carbon pollution.
Transitioning to a clean energy economy is thus very important and it is clear that EPA rules for states to control carbon pollution are needed.

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