A new national Clean Power Plan
We are taking the most significant step in U.S. history toward reducing the pollution that causes climate change.
We have no national limits on carbon pollution from power plants– even though forty percent of U.S. carbon emissions come from power plants. But EPA has now proposed standards that will place the first-ever national limits on this type of pollution.
- Fact sheet: America working together: Building a clean, low carbon electric system [PDF]
- Testimony of Fred Krupp at EPA Clean Power Plan Hearing [PDF]
- Testimony of Graham McCahan at EPA Clean Power Plan Hearing [PDF]
- Testimony of Greg Andeck at EPA Clean Power Plan Hearing [PDF]
- Fact sheet: How the Clean Power Plan for power plants works [PDF]
- Fact sheet: Cutting carbon pollution from power plants and cleaner, safer power [PDF]
- Fact sheet: U.S. Chamber of Commerce Uses Familiar Scare Tactic on Pollution Rules
- Fact sheet: The Clean Power Plan for power plants has widespread support
- Fact sheet: Our top ten facts about the Clean Power Plan
- Fact sheet: Protecting the climate while ensuring electric reliability
- Press Release: Environmental Defense Fund hails EPA proposal to limit carbon pollution from power plants
- EPA webpage on Clean Power Plan
- EPA fact sheet: Clean Power Plan by the numbers