Let's Find Out How Much 'Clean Power' the Feds Really Have

01 October 2014 The Wall Street Journal Publication

The Wall Street Journal

Foley Partner Brian Potts and Associate David Zoppo co-wrote an opinion editorial for The Wall Street Journal, “Let’s Find Out How Much ‘Clean Power’ the Feds Really Have,” on October 1, 2014. The piece discusses the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s controversial Clean Power Plan, which if enacted, would require the total carbon emissions from the power sector in the U.S. be reduced by 30 percent by 2030. Potts and Zoppo analyze the challenges the EPA faces regarding power plant regulation and the overlap with the Clean Air Act.

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