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Court Says ‘Social Cost of Carbon’ Can Be Used to Weigh Pollution

A federal appeals court has ruled that the government can count carbon reduction as a benefit when it decides on energy efficiency standards, a decision that has positive implications for zero-carbon technologies like nuclear energy. 

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Court Says ‘Social Cost of Carbon’ Can Be Used to Weigh Pollution

A federal appeals court has ruled that the government can count carbon reduction as a benefit when it decides on energy efficiency standards, a decision that has positive implications for zero-carbon technologies like nuclear energy.

Source: Court Says ‘Social Cost of Carbon’ Can Be Used to Weigh Pollution

A game changer? Probably it takes the NY decision nation wide.

 


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