Brown Urges EPA to Revisit Carbon Capture Rule

Ohio’s U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown is urging the U.S. EPA to reconsider a proposed rule that would require power companies to install yet-to-be developed pollution control technology on generation facilities powered by fossil fuels.

Read Brown’s press release and this story by The Plain Dealer.

The proposed rule would give power companies roughly eight years to use carbon capture and storage technology. The rule would also require natural gas power plants to start using hydrogen in the early 2030s — and eventually convert to almost all hydrogen. 1/11/2024