Clean Power Plan: “States at a Glance”


MARCH, 2016

“The Supreme Court decision to freeze the U.S. EPA’s Clean Power Plan has thrown state plans to cut carbon emissions for the already complex rule into tumult.

E&E’s Power Plan Hub brings order to this chaos with an interactive breakdown of every state’s response to the Supreme Court stay.

In a quick scroll see a state’s legal and compliance status, or click on a state on the map to dive into an in-depth profile.”

All in one easy location: E&E’s Power Plan Hub  

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