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The EPA’s new power plant pollution rule has a big, gassy hole in it

A bulldozer is seen driving past a power plant with smoke coming out of one smokestack.
A power plant in Thompsons, Texas, that’s home to the Petra Nova Carbon Capture Project. | Image: Luke Sharrett / Bloomberg via Getty Images

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has just finalized rules aimed at slashing greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. But it still doesn’t crack down on the nation’s fleet of gas-fired power plants. That’s a big omission considering the US gets 43 percent of its electricity from gas, more than from any other source of energy.

EPA administrator Michael Regan says the agency is taking more time to strengthen rules for today’s existing gas power plants. But waiting too long risks leaving the decision up to a possible forthcoming Trump administration, which tried to gut environmental protections the last time. Meanwhile, the clock is ticking for the US to meet climate commitments it set under the Paris agreement. The Biden…

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