As US coal use drops to 1979 levels, EPA may ease rules on new coal plants
Thursday, 6 December 2018 () Magnify / An eastbound Norfolk Southern Corp. unit coal educate passes via Waddy, Kentucky. The Trump management’s Environmental Coverage Company (EPA) seems poised to roll again Obama-era laws that successfully averted new coal crops from opening in the United States. The principles required new coal crops to emit not more than 1,400 kilos of CO2 …
According to Reuters, the Trump administration on Thursday proposed rolling back an Obama-era rule requiring new U.S. coal plants to slash carbon emissions. It's a move that could crack open the door..
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Watch VideoPresident Donald Trump's EPA just proposed rolling back restrictions on carbon emissions for certain coal plants.
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