Greens Challenge EPA Decision To Delay Biomass CO2 Regulation

August 2011
Energy Daily;8/17/2011, Issue 157, p3
The article discusses the petition filed by four environmental groups, which include the Center for Biological Diversity and the Clean Air (CA) Task Force, requesting the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit to review an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) decision to delay for three years the regulation of biomass power plant emissions in the U.S. The groups claimed that the EPA decision is a violation of the CA Act.


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