California Proposes CPP Compliance Based on Existing Cap-and-Trade Scheme

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has issued a proposal to comply with the Clean Power Plan (CPP) based on California’s existing cap-and-trade program, together with complementary state policies, such as renewable fuel standards and energy efficiency requirements. The action makes California the first state to forge ahead with CPP implementation efforts despite pending judicial review and adds momentum to integrating existing market-based emissions programs as an efficient way to comply with the CPP.

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