EM-2009-01-energy_globe_business.jpgThe U.S. EPA greenhouse gas regulations provided biomass facilities with an important incentive – a unique “deferral” from having to achieve established CO2 emission limits. For certain biomass facilities not being regulated for CO2 emissions had significant benefits from both a capital and operational cost perspective.  There likely are a number of biomass facilities which currently owe their financial viability to the deferral.
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