The Clean Air Act established a pair of programs—known as New Source Review (NSR)—that regulate large stationary sources of air pollution, such as factories and electricity-generating facilities. Congress then asked the National Research Council to estimate the effects of NSR rule changes made in 2002 and 2003 in terms of the effects on emissions and human health, and changes in operating efficiency (including energy efficiency), pollution prevention, and pollution-control activities. New Source Review for Stationary Sources of Air Pollution provides insights into the potential effects of the rule changes on national emissions from the electric power industry. Although this book focuses on the 2002 and 2003 rules, its analytic framework applies to other possible changes in NSR and to other regulatory contexts. Helpful, in that it outlines the data-collection efforts needed to assess the impact of the NSR rules, the book recommends EPA and other government agencies undertake and sustain the recommended methods.
National Research Council. 2006. New Source Review for Stationary Sources of Air Pollution. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/11701.
|2 Regulatory Overview||20-56|
|3 Emission Sources Subject to New Source Review and Technology Options||57-109|
|4 Analytic Framework for Assessing Effects of New Source Review Rule Changes||110-139|
|5 Econometric Analysis||140-157|
|6 Assessing Potential Effects on the Electricity-Generating Sector||158-208|
|7 Emissions, Air Quality, and Human Health||209-248|
|8 Overall Conclusions and Recommendations||249-261|
|Terms and Abbreviations||276-278|
|Appendix A Biographical Information on Committee||279-284|
|Appendix B Congressional Mandate||285-285|
|Appendix C Statement of Task||286-287|
|Appendix D Permit and Permitted Emission Data||288-293|
|Appendix E Repair and Replacement Activities in Selected Industries||294-310|
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