The Count on Coal initiative has launched a new online resource to demonstrate the economic impacts of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Power Plan on individual states.
CostlyPowerPlan.com features an interactive map of the US that enables the public to see the higher costs incurred by each state, as well as assess nationwide costs associated with this plan designed to make the nation’s power supply more expensive and less reliable.
By bringing to light facts that the administration has sought to bury, the site will be especially useful to state leaders who are encouraged to put down their pencils and halt their state’s efforts to impose a federal regulation recently stayed by the Supreme Court.
CostlyPowerPlan.com provides information for state officials, businesses and ratepayers who are interested in finding out more about how EPA’s rule will affect both their finances and power supplies.
Count on Coal is an advocacy programme supported by NMA.
Edited from press release by Angharad Lock
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/power/14042016/costly-power-plan-launched-619/
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