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EPA Denies Reconsideration of the Clean Power Plan

On January 17, 2017, EPA’s denial of petitions for reconsideration of the Clean Power Plan was published in the Federal Register.  EPA posted the Basis for Denial of Petitions to Reconsider and Petitions to Stay the Clean Power Plan, with … Continue reading

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States Seek Extension of Comment Deadline on Clean Energy Incentive Program

The 27 states challenging the CPP have requested that EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy toll the closing of the comment period on the agency’s proposed Clean Energy Incentive Program (CEIP) until at least 60 days after the Supreme Court’s stay of … Continue reading

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Fifth Circuit Grants Stay of EPA’s Implementation of Regional Haze Rule

On July 15, 2016, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit granted a judicial stay on EPA’s Regional Haze Rule federal implementation plan for Texas and Oklahoma.  Unlike the Clean Power Plan, the Regional Haze Rule does not … Continue reading

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Speculation about the Stay’s Effects on CPP’s Deadlines

For those thinking about where the CPP’s deadlines may land, the Institute for Policy Integrity at the NYU School of Law provides some perspectives in its April 2016 report.  The report looks at precedent under the Obama Administration (Cross State … Continue reading

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Status Quo Continues for MATS

Earlier today Chief Justice Roberts denied the application of parties seeking a stay of the Mercury and Air Toxics Standard.  Acting alone, the Chief Justice issued his decision less than 24 hours after the EPA, other states, and utilities each … Continue reading

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