Delay Doesn't Spell Doom For EPA Plant Emissions Rule

Law360, New York (April 15, 2013, 8:22 PM ET) -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's delay of a rule capping greenhouse gas emissions for new power plants is a temporary victory for its opponents in Congress and the industry, but attorneys say it shouldn't be taken as a sign the agency is rethinking a strategy that discourages the construction of new coal-fired plants.

The EPA proposed to set the country's first-ever limits on greenhouse gas emissions from new facilities in March 2012, which would cap greenhouse gas emissions from new power plants at 1,000 pounds of...
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