The EPA’s other carbon rule: carbon capture is required

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Report summary

Partly lost in the clamor over the release of the EPA’s Clean Power Plan, the EPA simultaneously issued New Source Performance Standards for carbon emissions on August 3. Could legal challenges to the EPA’s New Source Performance Standards also invalidate the Clean Power Plan?

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    The EPA’s other carbon rule: carbon capture is required

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  • Coal plants must employ CCS or co-fire with natural gas
  • Is CCS adequately demonstrated, cost effective, and achievable?
  • Can CPP be more stringent than the NSPS?
  • Could the NSPS bring down CPP?

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