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Legal Challenges to Clean Power Plan Begin to Take Shape

Attorneys general from three states—Oklahoma, Texas, and West Virginia—stepped forward on May 5 to present their objections to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) proposed Clean Power Plan. During testimony before…


Is the U.S. Coal Fleet “Under Threat?”

The nation’s coal fleet is under threat, alleged Dr. Larry S. Monroe, chief environmental officer and senior vice president for research and environmental affairs with Southern Co. during the keynote…


Preview of Denver’s Public Hearing on the EPA’s Proposed Clean Power Plan

Of the four public hearings scheduled this week on the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) Clean Power Plan—aka, carbon pollution standards proposed under Section 111(d) of the Clean Air Act—all but…


State Officials to EPA: Allow Energy Efficiency for Compliance with Existing Power Plant Carbon Rule
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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) should allow states to use energy efficiency programs as a way to comply with its forthcoming rule that will regulate carbon dioxide emissions from existing…