With the recent announcement of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) final Clean Power Plan (CPP), the current Administration has staked out its path for reducing carbon emissions going forward. Feature
Last week, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released guidelines around how each state will develop plans to achieve greenhouse gas reduction targets under section 111(d) of the Clean Air Act, as part of the Obama Administration's Climate Action Plan. In June 2013, President Obama directed the EPA to issue regulations for carbon pollution from existing power plants. It is expected that this first-ever national program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the power sector will advance investments in clean energy technologies throughout the country and provide tremendous environmental benefit.Article
How are states coming along in complying with the Clean Power Plan (CPP)? Many of them, it turns out, are not.Led by West Virginia, 16 states have asked a federal court to delay rules set forth by the Obama administration intended to cut use of the fossil fuels and slow the rate of climate change.Feature
Officials from three different professional associations from throughout Canada told the energy-efficiency leaders attending the Association of Energy Services Professionals summer conference last month in Niagara Falls that they should be using trade groups as a conduit to deliver their messages. Feature
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