Energy Industry Attorney Pinpointed for EPA Role; Dems Plan to Fight

Energy Industry Attorney Pinpointed for EPA Role; Dems Plan to Fight

President Trump recently announced his nomination of energy industry attorney William Wehrum to the position of EPA assistant administrator for the Office of Air and Radiation. Wehrum is currently head of the administrative law group and a partner at the Richmond, Virginia-based firm Hunton & … Read more…

NYS AG Schneiderman Leads Opposition to Trump on Clean Power Plan

NYS AG Schneiderman Leads Opposition to Trump on Clean Power Plan

On April 5, a coalition of 17 States and seven municipalities nationwide, led by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, filed opposition to the Trump Administration’s request to delay court proceedings regarding the Clean Power Plan in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.

IECA Blasts CPP: ‘Lower Power Costs Improbable, If Not Impossible’

The Industrial Energy Consumers of America (IECA) has released a statement protesting provisions of the Clean Power Plan announced on August 3 by the US White House and the Environmental Protection Agency, claiming the new law “results in significant costs with insignificant benefits.” First and … Read more…

DC Boasts Nation’s Lowest Overall Energy Prices

DC Boasts Nation’s Lowest Overall Energy Prices

The District of Columbia is 2015’s least energy expensive state, according to a new report released by WalletHub. WalletHub compared the total monthly energy bills in each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia and constructed its rankings using eight key metrics that … Read more…

EPA Recognizes Austin Federal Building

EPA Recognizes Austin Federal Building

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognized the JJ Pickle & Homer Thornberry Federal Building for reducing its environmental impacts as part of the Federal Green Challenge (FGC). The building retrofitted several systems, including the lighting, HVAC, and building automation systems, which resulted in significant … Read more…

Report: EPA Carbon Regulations Won’t Impact Reliability

The Analysis Group released a report on March 16 that the EPA Clean Power Plan (CPP), which will regulate CO2 emissions beginning in 2020, will not impact grid reliability in the PJM Interconnect region. (PJM oversees electricity markets in 13 states across the Mid-Atlantic and … Read more…

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