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Carbon costs Michigan citizens who can least afford it, report says
LANSING, MI -- Clean energy may be a buzzword among the white collar set, but a new report from the Michigan League for Public Policy finds that low income people would benefit more from its adoption. That's because low income Michiganders and people ...
Lack of a Coal-Fired Plant Doesn't Explain the Blackout
Wall Street Journal
And second, far more jobs are being created in clean energy than in the coal industry. Last year, the solar industry added 30,000 jobs—at a rate 20 times faster than the national average—and the wind and natural-gas industry added thousands more.
Power district converting coal plant unit to use hydrogen
"This is an example of the next generation of American innovation and energy production that will also have a positive economic impact in Nebraska and deliver clean and affordable energy to the state," said Gov. Pete Ricketts. Burning hydrogen instead ...
EPA Hears Arkansans' Differing Views On Regional Haze Rule
“Cleaner air, better public health, plus the creation of thousands clean energy jobs right here in Arkansas,” he said. Though he said the Sierra Club has not. Discussion will continue on the proposed rules, as EPA officials say they're extending the ...
Sides wrangle over haze cuts Costs' contrast with benefits for wilderness ...
Sides wrangle over haze cuts
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On the heels of last week's fantastic Bloomberg Philanthropies and Beyond Coal announcement came some news from Michigan demonstrating once again how powerful our activists are. Michigan State University announced that it will retire the largest on... Read More on Compass
Sierra Club Urges NPPD to Commit to Full Shift Away from Coal Through Clean Energy Investment in Wind, Solar and Energy EfficiencyFriday, April 17, 2015Contact: Emily Rosenwasser, Emily.Rosenwasser@sierraclub.org, 312-251-1680 x119 HALLAM, NE... Read More on National Press Releases