The EPA Greenhouse Gas Rule and Its Effect on New Power Plants

  • By: Staff Editor
  • Date: May 25, 2012
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Power plants, through their coal-powered plants and refineries, account for most (40%) of the carbon dioxide emissions in the US. Coal-based power plants burn coal in order to generate electricity. Refineries use crude petroleum to extract gasoline, kerosene and oth-er oil products.This article discusses how the EPA's new greenhouse gas rule affects new power plants.

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