More than two dozen coal companies have filed for bankruptcy so far.
Governors should call the EPA’s bluff: decline the state plan and let them try to impose costly conditions through a federal plan.
America’s air quality is better than it has been in decades and is significantly better than Europe.
‘These regulations will add to the challenges the electric power industry faces’
‘If Chinese economy slows down, they can’t expect people to pay more for energy’
‘EPA efforts at a full federal takeover are seriously being discussed’
‘These new regulations will hit states, their parks, national wildlife refuges’
‘Exactly the type of overreaching the Fifth Amendment seeks to prevent’
‘$10 billion is just one 10th of that objective’
‘Annual power and gas costs for residential, commercial and industrial customers in America would be $284 billion higher’
‘Production of both shale gas and coalbed methane could reach 30 billion cubic meters’
‘Will pose challenges to reliable operation of the grid’
Government plan may be unworkable in current form
‘The EPA is clearly allowing the NRDC to assist in drafting federal regulation’
‘You couldn’t find a collection of people anywhere in America who are more hostile to Kentucky values’
‘She’s saying something positive about coal because she wants to be elected’
Dynasty may hang on to natural gas investments
Greenpeace celebrates anyway