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EPA finalizes three-year deferral of GHG regs for biomass
Platts - Jul 21
The EPA will officially defer for three years regulations to limit carbon dioxide from the use of biomass as a fuel for electric utilities. The agency's action grants a three-year reprieve to electric utilities and other stationary sources that emit biogenic carbon dioxide from greenhouse gas permitting requirements under the Clean Air Act's Title V and its "prevention of significant deterioration" provisions.
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