California Approves New Power Plant Regulations
Under the new rules, California’s publicly owned utilities will be prohibited from entering into long-term financial commitments with plants that exceed 1,100 pounds of carbon dioxide per megawatt hour. Rules approved by the California Public Utilities Commission put the same restrictions on investor-owned utilities.
Though California has very few coal-fired power plants within its borders, it does buy about 20% of its electricity...
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