Consultants, think tanks and industry associations have prepared dozens of tools for stakeholders deciphering U.S. EPA's Clean Power Plan. These resources — offered by a wide range of interests supporting and opposing the regulation — explain how the rule works, highlight carbon-cutting options for states to consider, and try to predict how changes to the electric sector might affect costs and grid reliability.

E&E Publishing has curated a list of the most prominent documents, information portals and compliance calculators and organized them by topic and date. Note that resources from before August 2015 are based on EPA's draft proposal, rather than the final rule.

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Introduction

Key Resources for the Final Rule

Legal Issues

Basic Analysis

CPP Costs

Compliance Options

Compliance Tools and Calculators

Regional and Multistate Considerations

Carbon Trading

Energy Efficiency

Renewable Energy

Grid Reliability

State Reactions

Key Resources for the Final Rule

Legal Issues

Basic Analysis

CPP Costs

Compliance Options

Compliance Tools and Calculators

Regional and Multistate Considerations

Carbon Trading

Energy Efficiency

Renewable Energy

Grid Reliability

State Reactions