National Grid Statement on United States Supreme Court's West Virginia v. EPA Ruling

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 6/30/2022, Location: North America

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has a fundamental role in addressing climate change through its authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. National Grid has long been supportive of the agency's ability to provide consistent control on emissions nationwide, offering certainty for business and industry as we build toward a clean energy future. While we disagree with the court's decision on this matter, National Grid will continue to play a central role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and working with our partners at the local, state, and federal level to usher in a clean energy future for our customers and communities.


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