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Hawaiian Elec. Co. v. EPA

Citation: 14 ELR 20328
No. No. 83-7259, 723 F.2d 1400/20 ERC 1591/(9th Cir., 01/20/1984)

The court holds that a proposed increase in the sulfur content of the fuel burned at existing units of a Hawaiian Electric Company power plant is a "major modification" requiring prevention of significant deterioration (PSD) review under the Clean Air Act despite the company's contention that the low-sulfur oil it now burns, so as to comply with...

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