CPP-State by State Guide

 


Alabama

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Alaska

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Arizona

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Arkansas

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California

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Colorado

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  • Colorado has a goal of reducing its CO2 emissions rate by 38%, or reducing total emissions mass by 31%. Colorado is on track to submit its initial plan by the September 2016 deadline.
  • Existing legislation and regulations put Colorado on track to achieve over 75% of its final (year 2030) CPP reduction goals.

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Connecticut

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Delaware

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Florida

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Georgia

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Hawaii

  • Exempt from Clean Power Plan

 


 


Idaho

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Illinois

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Indiana

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Iowa

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Kansas

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Kentucky

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Louisiana

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Maine

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Maryland

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Massachusetts

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Michigan

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Minnesota

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  • Minnesota has a goal of reducing emissions by 42% by 2030. Minnesota continues to develop its CPP compliance plan despite the Supreme Court stay, and plans to have its initial plan ready by the September 2016 deadline, even if it cannot submit the proposal at that time.
  • Minnesota plans to request the two-year extension, as it anticipates the rulemaking process will take at least 18 months to complete.

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Mississippi

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Missouri

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Montana

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Nebraska

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Nevada

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New Hampshire

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New Jersey

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New Mexico

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New York

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North Carolina

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Ohio

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Oklahoma

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Oregon

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Pennsylvania

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  • Pennsylvania’s 2030 target is a 33.3% reduction in emissions rates from 2012 levels. According to the Sierra Club, pre-CPP programs will get Pennsylvania about 50% towards this goal already. These include measures that have set goals for more energy efficiency and use of renewables, as well as the announced retirements of several coal plants.
  • Gov. Tom Wolf initially promised to deliver a final compliance plan by Sept. 2016, the date when the majority of states are planning to submit their initial plans. The Supreme Court stay will likely impact his ability to do so, but Gov. Wolf is committed to moving forward.

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Rhode Island

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South Carolina

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South Dakota

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Tennessee

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Texas

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Utah

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Vermont

  • Exempt from Clean Power Plan

 

 


 


Virginia

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  • Existing energy policies in Virginia (enacted prior to CPP) already put the state on a track to achieve 80% of its year 2030 goals under the CPP. These reductions would come primarily from transitioning from coal to natural gas plants. If Virginia meets its voluntary energy efficiency and renewable energy goals, the state should be able to over-comply with its final goals under CPP.
  • Gov. McAuliffe has promised to continue developing Virginia’s CPP compliance plan despite the Supreme Court stay. Virginia is on track to submit its initial plan in Sept. 2016 and its final plan in Sept. 2018.

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Washington

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West Virginia

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