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R. A.'s role will incentivize new technologies that one short coal plants can be part of a cleaner future president Donald Trump EPA chief unveiled a new carbon emissions rule for power plants on Wednesday saying the US can still cut pollution without further damaging a coal industry already in decline beautiful clean coal the affordable clean energy rule or ace replaces former president Barack Obama's much tougher clean power plan in the fight against global climate change which was never enacted because of lawsuits by Republican states Reuters correspondent Valerie vocal Beachy him firemen to listen some democratic lawmakers and attorneys general have called the EPA of replacement of the clean power plan their dirty power plant or the dirty power scam they're calling in this because it will effectively led to a power plants continued to operates %HESITATION with fewer restrictions so some of the dirtier plants will be able to stay online for longer and that they believe that emissions will go up in the long run with out moving towards %HESITATION cleaner sources of electricity but EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler says the Republican plan encourages cleaner energy we are working cooperatively with the states to provide an affordable dependable in diverse supply of energy that continues to get cleaner and more efficient the ace rule give states three years to craft their own plans to cut emissions by using candidate technologies including duck to leakage control and boy they feed pumps they believe that they're staying within the confines of the the clean air act and are just making improvements to happen at the power plant they believe the Obama administration step too far in %HESITATION kind of more loosely interpreting how %HESITATION states and utilities can %HESITATION achieve emissions reductions they feel that this is a much more straightforward and simple interpretation , %HESITATION federal law and they feel that it will hold up in court a summary of the rule estimated a cut in carbon emissions of thirty five percent from its two thousand five levels by two thousand thirty but critics say the regulation is too weak to significantly reduce emissions