WASHINGTON, DC—Resources for the Future (RFF) Senior Fellow Dallas Burtraw and Research Associate Amelia Keyes today posted a new issue brief explaining why 10 flaws that have been identified in the Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) Rule adopted by the current Administration suggest that the US Environmental Protection Agency has not identified the best system of emission reduction in the power sector. According to the authors, ACE “is a rule with self-inflicted wounds.”
Read the whole issue brief here.
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