Defunding Ex-Im Bank from regulating coal plants overseas

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At the end of the bill insert the following:

Sec. [XXX]. None of the funds made available under this or any other Act, or any prior Appropriations Act may be used by the Export-Import Bank to implement Annex A-2, “Supplemental Guidelines for High Carbon Intensity Projects,” approved December 12, 2013 or any substantively similar policy that blocks support for exports for high carbon intensity plants, including those that use coal as a source of fuel for the generation of power or for the production of heat, including combined heat and power (CHP) plants; or any portion of a project that consists of a new coal-fired plant (power, heating or CHP) and a new mine developed as an integrated project by a single sponsor or owner or by affiliated sponsors/owners, including mine-mouth coal power and/or heat generation plant); or any non-coal fossil fuel plant (power, heating or CHP) that is expected to produce annual direct greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to a level greater than 700 grams of carbon dioxide per kilowatt-hour of generated electricity equivalent, based on its gross output or any other amount, and consists of a plant unit or units that have a gross electric generating capacity and/or equivalent heat production capacity greater than 50 megawatts or any other amount.