Publications

    Agency, Environmental Protection. “Environmental Protection Agency. Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Proposed Carbon Pollution Guidelines for Existing Power Plants and Emission Standards for Modified and Reconstructed Power Plants." June 2014."” In, 2014.Abstract
    Environmental Protection Agency. Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Proposed Carbon Pollution Guidelines for Existing Power Plants and Emission Standards for Modified and Reconstructed Power Plants." June 2014."
    McCarthy, James, Robert Meltz Jane A. Leggett Jonathan L. Ramseur, and Alissa M. Dolan. “McCarthy, James, Robert Meltz, Jane A. Leggett, Jonathan L. Ramseur, and Alissa M. Dolan. EPA's Proposed Greenhouse Gas Regulations for Existing Power Plants: Frequently Asked Questions." Congressional Research Service, CRS Report Prepared for Congress, J.” In, 2014.Abstract
    McCarthy, James, Robert Meltz, Jane A. Leggett, Jonathan L. Ramseur, and Alissa M. Dolan. EPA's Proposed Greenhouse Gas Regulations for Existing Power Plants: Frequently Asked Questions." Congressional Research Service, CRS Report Prepared for Congress, July 2014."
    Agency, U.S. Environmental Protection. “U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air and Radiation. Translation of the Clean Power Plan Emission Rate-Based CO2 Goals to Mass-Based Equivalents." Technical Support Document for Carbon Pollution Emission Guidelines for Existing Stationary So.” In, 2014.Abstract
    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air and Radiation. Translation of the Clean Power Plan Emission Rate-Based CO2 Goals to Mass-Based Equivalents." Technical Support Document for Carbon Pollution Emission Guidelines for Existing Stationary Sources, November 2014."

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