The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative published a report August 6 finding that member states have been able to reduce CO2 emissions and meet their energy needs without buying more power from outside the region. The report, CO2 Emissions from Electricity Generation and Imports in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative: 2010 Monitoring Report, concludes that average annual electricity generation from fossil and nonfossil sources in the 10-state region decreased by 4.6 percent in 2009-2010, compared to the 2006-2008 average. CO2 emissions from RGGI sources declined by 12.9 percent in 2009-2010, compared with 2006-2008, while non-RGGI sources remained the same.