EPA delays greenhouse gas regulations as court ruling looms

By Keith Goldberg (June 22, 2022, 10:30 p.m. EDT) – The Biden administration has pushed back the release of plans to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from the electricity sector until next year, as has the U.S. Supreme Court could limit the reach of the U.S. authority on climate change of the Environmental Protection Agency.

The semi-annual regulatory agenda released by the White House on Tuesday contained the EPA’s intention to release its greenhouse gas proposal for new and existing power plants by March 2023. The previous agenda, released on last fall predicted that the EPA would release its power plant proposals next month.

The change comes as the world of energy and the environment awaits…

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