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EPA Up 3-0 in Clean Air Cases: What it Means for Greenhouse Gas Regulations

The D.C. Circuit, by majority decision, upheld MATS, which requires coal- and oil-fired power plants to reduce emissions of mercury, arsenic, chromium, and other air pollutants. When the EPA adopted MATS in 2011, it did not...more

D.C. Circuit Upholds Power Plant Mercury and Air Toxics Standards

The D.C. Circuit has upheld a 2012 EPA rule limiting air toxics emissions from coal- and oil-fired power plants. The rule, commonly known as the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards, or “MATS,” requires new and existing coal-...more

White Paper: Reports Of King Coal’s Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated - The Outlook for Coal-Fired Generation after EPA MATS

1. Summary - The authors, using the PROMOD IV2 model, forecasted coal- and gas-fired generation in 2018 for the Eastern Interconnection. Our analysis suggests that, in the absence of federal carbon policy and with...more

Energy And Environment Update -- April 1, 2013

In This Issue: Congress; Administration; Department of Energy; Environmental Protection Agency; Interior Department; Department of Homeland Security; Department of State; Department of Treasury; Government...more

How Are We Doing? The Mercury Story

The late Ed Koch (former mayor of New York) famously used to ask his constituents “How am I doing?” Answering this question is also prudent (if not required) in evaluating environmental policies. Probably the most relevant...more

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