The new EPA proposal for the reduction of CO2 emissions from the electricity generation sector requires state-specific reduction in power plant emissions that could achieve up to 30 percent in national-level CO2 emission, annually. Ghasideh Pourhashem, postdoctoral research fellow for the Center for Energy Studies, explains how exploring innovative approaches to CO2 emissions reduction can help minimize the cost of compliance with pending and future regulations.
Read the full commentary in the Dec. 22, 2014, Forbes blog.
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