Tuesday, September 16, 2014

CRS Sees EPA Targeting Plants' GHGs As Mobile Source Prospects Dwindle

The Congressional Research Service (CRS) expects EPA to step up its focus on cutting greenhouse gases (GHGs) from power plants, refineries and other stationary sources because the transport sector presents diminishing prospects for returns due to EPA's vehicle GHG rules, though EPA is still expected to regulate GHG emissions from aircraft, locomotives and other mobile sources.


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