Gas, Power Sectors Urge Reality Check on EPA Power Plan

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Natural gas producers and electric utilities are blasting a US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposal requiring gas-fired power plants to either add carbon capture and storage (CCS) or co-fire their generation with clean hydrogen, saying the plan is not rooted in reality.

Low-Carbon Policy, Policy and Regulation, Hydrogen, Carbon Capture (CCS), Gas-Fired Electricity
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