Tag Archives: NSPS

D.C. Circuit Orders NSPS Litigation to Remain in Abeyance Indefinitely

Today the D.C. Circuit issued, on its own initiative, an order indefinitely holding in abeyance the litigation over the EPA’s New Source Performance Standards in North Dakota v. EPA.  The succinct order reads as follows: It is ORDERED, on the court’s … Continue reading

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Federal Regulatory Action Update Includes More Information About Review of the Clean Power Plan

Last week the Trump Administration posted its Spring 2017 Update to the Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions (Update) on the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) website. The Update outlines … Continue reading

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Parties Weigh in on Abeyance Vs. Remand in CPP and NSPS Cases

A few weeks ago, the D.C. Circuit ordered the parties in both the Clean Power Plan (CPP) litigation and the New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) litigation to file briefs addressing whether these cases should be remanded to EPA or held … Continue reading

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D.C. Circuit Holds in Abeyance MATS and NSPS Litigation

In addition to the D.C. Circuit’s order granting EPA’s motion to hold in abeyance litigation surrounding the Clean Power Plan, the court last week also put holds on ongoing litigation over EPA’s Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) 2016 Supplemental … Continue reading

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Columbia University Report Shows that Environmental Regulations are Not the Primary Threats to Coal

A recent report by Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy has found that declines in coal generation, while due to a variety of factors, are unlikely to be significantly reversed by implementing all the actions in last month’s energy … Continue reading

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