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U-T San Diego

Parts of plan to redo electric bills 'unreasonable'
U-T San Diego
Most consumer groups, along with the solar and clean-energy industries, fear the utilities' proposals would let energy hogs off the hook and undermine incentives for conservation and investments in home-energy upgrades, including rooftop solar. SDG&E ...


De Smog Blog (blog)

Power for All Shows Peabody a Real Plan to End Energy Poverty
De Smog Blog (blog)
Clean, distributed energy sources, argue the groups behind Power for All, can eliminate energy poverty more quickly and for a fraction of the cost of centralized electric grids anchored by fossil fuels. And, of course, without poisoning the air of ...

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Breaking Energy

Energy Quote of the Day: Gas Plant Vote 'Just More of the Same' in California
Breaking Energy
Clean energy advocates in California were pretty excited two months ago when an administrative law judge told state utilities regulators they should look for preferred alternatives to approving a power purchase agreement for power from a new natural ...
CPUC approves new 'peaker' plants for Carlsbad's Encina stationSeaside Courier
California backs gas plant to fill void from closed nukeLong Beach Press Telegram
PUC approves plan to replace San Diego County natural gas power plantLos Angeles Times

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International Business Times

EPA Finalizes Rule To Eliminate Air Pollution 'Loophole' For Oil Refineries ...
International Business Times
“These loopholes are inconsistent with the Clean Air Act,” said Andrea Issod, a senior staff attorney with the Sierra Club in San Francisco. “There's no ... Alonso said he expects some of the energy firms he represents will sue the EPA over the rule ...
EPA reg rolls backs air pollution exemptions for industryThe Hill

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From our Blogs

Suzie Canales never planned on going back home. But, when she saw what was happening to her family, her friends, and her neighbors in her community, she could not stay away.In 1999, Suzie visited Corpus Christi from Illinois at a time of tragedy.... Read More on Compass
New protections seek to limit dangerous startup, shutdown and malfunction emissionsFriday, May 22, 2015Contact: Jessica Herrera, Sierra Club, (520) 260-1725, jessica.herrera@sierraclub.orgSuzie Canales, Citizens for Environmental Justice, (361... Read More on National Press Releases