Layered on top of ever-evolving industry restructuring and corresponding FERC rulemakings, we have the provisions of the Energy Policy Act of 2005. When viewed in totality, the new energy...
Why You Should Care About CAIR
New provisions nearly eliminate the financial impacts of the rule’s ozone regulations.
from Table 2.
7. The 399,500 MW is the sum of the 284,500 and the 115,000 from Table 2.
8. The CAIR provisions for sulfur dioxide control and the Clean Air Mercury Rule (CAMR) are assumed to be in place throughout the analysis.