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U.S. Revises Cost Justification of Mercury Rule for Coal Plants
The Trump administration revised the cost-benefit analysis for an Obama-era rule that forced coal-fired power plants to cut their mercury emissions, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler said on Thursday.
EPA Nixes Legal Justification for MATS Rule
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on April 16 withdrew the legal justification for an Obama-era rule that required coal-fired power plants to reduce their emissions of mercury.
China Issues Guideline on Enhancing Natural Gas Storage Capacity
China has issued a guideline on further beefing up the infrastructure construction and storage capacity of natural gas to promote the stable and sound development of the sector.
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Turkey Sets New Rules for Solar Module Imports
The Turkish government published new regulations this week regarding imports of solar panels that will go into force within 30 days from the date of publication.
New York Passes Renewable Energy Act Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic
State of New York authorities have passed legislation to speed up the siting and construction of large-scale clean energy projects to help the sector recover from the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak and meet climate targets.
Russia Drafts Strategy for Low-Carbon Development
Russia's Ministry for Economic Development last week published a draft strategy for low-carbon development to 2050.
Trump Relaxes Environmental Regulations To Counter Coronavirus Impact
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to weigh on the global economy, the Trump administration has quietly relaxed regulatory measures meant to protect the environment from unnecessary air and water pollution.
U.S. EPA Considers Delaying Compliance Deadline for Biofuels Law
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is considering whether to delay the deadline for oil refineries to comply with the nation’s biofuel regulation past March 31, to help the industry cope with fallout from the coronavirus.
Green Initiatives Almost Derailed The $2 Trillion Stimulus Bill
Oil prices crashed on Monday when the US Senate failed to reach a deal on the Stimulus Bill over the weekend. The idea was to quickly pass legislation that would help the healthcare systems, small businesses, industries, and Americans struggling in the fa
US Regulators Issue Draft EIS on Used Fuel Facility
The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has issued a draft environmental impact statement (EIS) for Holtec International's proposed consolidated HI-STORE interim storage facility (CISF) and made a preliminary recommendation.
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