EPA’s Plan To Cut Carbon Emissions Could Shift Energy Mix
The Obama administration’s historic plan to reduce carbon emissions from existing power plants, unveiled Monday, could hasten the nation’s shift from coal toward natural gas, energy efficiency and renewable sources such as wind and solar. The controversial proposal by the EnvironmentalProtection Agency calls for a 30% national cut in power-plant emissions of heat-trapping carbon dioxide, below 2005 levels by 2030, but it gives states varying reduction goals, depending on their power mix.
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