|  Forgot?  |  Register

Forgot your login?

Enter the e-mail address you used when you registered an account with Industrial Info.

A message will be sent to the E-Mail Address found in our records containing the associated username(s) as well as instructions for a password reset.


EPA Releases Plan to Repeal Clean Power Plan and Save Up to $33 Billion in Compliance Costs

Premium News Article
SUGAR LAND--October 11, 2017--Written by John Egan for Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt on Tuesday released a formal notification of his agency's proposal to repeal the Clean Power Plan (CPP) enacted by the Obama administration to lower power-plant emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2). The agency's proposed repeal of the CPP could save up to $33 billion in compliance costs in 2030, the EPA estimated.

Within this article: Details on how the EPA's decision could play out in Washington, D.C., and beyond.

Read the Complete Article >>>

Details on this Article:
Industry Segment: Power
Word Count: 1523 Words

Listen to Today's News News Audio Library Sync News Podcasts

  Login or Register now for instant access!


Related Articles

Premium News Article  EPC Firms Wrestle with Changing Power Market

Premium News Article  AECOM's $54 Billion in Active Projects Point to Growing Role in Infrastruct...

Premium News Article  National Grid to Step Up Capital Investment in U.S.

Premium News Article  Denmark's Coal-to-Biomass Conversion Begins

Premium News Article  France Backtracks on Nuclear Shutdown Timetable

This article is available for Premium Members only.

Subscribe Now! All Fields are Required...

Upgrade your Premium News Subscription to include all archived articles for only $160. Contact Member Services: 800-762-3361

All Members Receive the Following Free Resources:
  • North American Project & Gap Spending
  • North American Plant Analysis by Industry & Market Region
  • Market Maps & Stats - Capital & Maintenance Activity
  • Current & Historic Economic Indicators
  • 30/60/90 Day Weather Forecast