Retrofit or Retire: EPA’s MATS Rule Forces US Coal Generators to Decide
By Kristian Bodek
The Environmental Protection Agency has finalized its Mercury and Air Toxics Standards rule for new and existing coal- and oil-fired power plants. Although more flexible than last year’s draft proposal, the new rule will help drive an additional $37 billion in air pollution control retrofits and a 40 gigawatt coal plant retirement outlook. With the rule now final, the focus has shifted to the challenge of achieving compliance while simultaneously maintaining reliability and managing retail ra...
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