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New EPA Rule May Delay Plant Expansions

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently adopted a rule that reduces the limits on fine particle emissions by 20 percent.  Experts say that this limit reduction could delay  power plant expansions and similar projects in certain regions of
December 19, 2012

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently adopted a rule that reduces the limits on fine particle emissions by 20 percent.  Experts say that this limit reduction could delay  power plant expansions and similar projects in certain regions of the country.  While most of the country's counties will not need to adjust regulatory requirements to meet the new standard, the new EPA  rule may result in delayed permitting of new power facilities and other projects.  To read more about the new rule's possible effects, click here (subscription required).

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