Small Steps for EPA, Giant Step for RGGI

Ukeiley, Robert
November 2009
Solar Today;Nov/Dec2009, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p17
Academic Journal
The article reports on Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) rules to address climate change and the Regional Green Gas Initiative (RGGI) in the U.S. It states that EPA's regulation triggers the Clean Air Act requirements and affects stationary sources like plants and refineries. On the other hand, the cap and trade program of the RGGI has been running nicely by auctioning off the credits to the highest bidder and using the revenue to support renewable energy and energy efficiency.


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