Cross-State Air Pollution Rule - Resources For Implementation
The CSAPR requires fossil fuel-fired electric generating units at coal-, gas-, and oil-fired facilities in 27 states in the eastern half of the U.S. to reduce emissions to help downwind areas attain fine particle and/or ozone NAAQS. This page provides resources to help sources meet the CSAPR requirements.
- Allowance Allocations and Templates
- Applicability Determinations
- CSAPR Title V Permit Guidance for States (transmittal memo, instructions, monitoring tables, and regulatory language) Updated May 14, 2015
- CSAPR Title V Permit Guidance (Word)(20 pp, 47 K) (monitoring tables and regulatory language only) Updated May 14, 2015
- CSAPR Implementation letter to Designated RepresentativesUpdated November 21, 2014
- Emissions Monitoring Requirements under the Transport Rule Trading Programs Updated December 8, 2014
- 2018 SIP Notification Letter Format (Word)(1 pg, 27 K) Updated November 21, 2016
- States included in the CSAPR
- Tools for States and Regions
CSAPR 2012 and 2013 Allowance Allocation Revintaging
On October 18, 2011, EPA placed 2012 allowances for all four CSAPR programs into accounts for sources with a certified account Designated Representative (DR). On October 25, 2011, EPA placed the 2013 control period allowances in accounts of sources in states which did not indicate that they will be determining 2013 allowance allocations. As of the October 17, 2011 deadline, twelve states notified EPA that they intended to distribute 2013 CSAPR allowances to sources in their states: Alabama, Florida, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. To align allowance vintages with the court-ordered program timing, EPA "re-vintaged" the previously recorded 2012-vintage and 2013-vintage CSAPR allowances to 2015-vintage and 2016-vintage allowances, respectively. After the re-vintaging, EPA recorded any additional allowances needed to bring the previously recorded CSAPR allowance allocations for 2012 and 2013 under those budgets up to the corresponding unit-specific allocations shown in the spreadsheet described in the NODA.