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ACC issues statement on Glei-Case Western analysis

URL: https://www.worldcoal.com/coal/24102016/acc-issues-statement-on-glei-case-western-analysis World Coal (October 2016) —A recent analysis by the Great Lakes Energy Institute (GLEI) of Case Western Reserve University concluded the decline of the nation’s coal industry has been due to market forces and technology: “EPA rules have … Continue reading

30. October 2016 by Terry Headley
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ACC Issues Statement on Case-Western Study Findings: Study’s Findings Don’t Reflect the Regulatory Reality 

WASHINGTON, DC (October 20, 2016)– A recent analysis by the Great Lakes Energy Institute (GLEI), of Case Western Reserve University, concludes the decline of the nation’s coal industry over the past eight years has been due to market forces and … Continue reading

30. October 2016 by Terry Headley
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“The war on coal is a war against American jobs”

Via Forbes.com, Travis H. Brown opines on the war on coal. Since 2008, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), under direction from the Obama administration, has effectively waged a war on America’s energy industry. While the most talked-about blow is the … Continue reading

13. June 2014 by Jason Hayes
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EPA GHG regs a “fuel-switching mandate”

“EPA’s new source rule is a de-facto fuel-switching mandate. … As the new source rule is a de-facto fuel-switching mandate, so the existing source rule is a de-facto coal suppression and premature retirement mandate.” – GlobalWarming.org

13. June 2014 by Jason Hayes
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GHG regs are about “leadership” not the environment

It is really time that people woke up to the fact that these extreme new EPA regulations will have no perceptible impact on the environment. EPA Administrator, Gina McCarthy clearly admitted this fact during her testimony before Congress. As she … Continue reading

13. June 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Robert Bryce: It’s Not ‘All of the Above’ After All

Robert Bryce, who was the keynote speaker at the ACC 2010 Coal Market Strategies Conference in Tucson, AZ, has a new NationalReview.com article describing the recent EPA GHG rule proposal. Bryce argues that the proposed rule is a wasteful and … Continue reading

05. April 2012 by Jason Hayes
Categories: Cap & Trade, carbon, CCS, CCT, Climate Change, Election 2012, Energy, Environment, EPA, Marketplace Information, Policy, Regulation, USA, Utilities | Tags: , , , , , , | 1 comment

Deja vu all over again – carbon taxes = huge costs

Looks like the USA isn’t the only place that onerous regulations are ensuring fewer jobs and higher energy prices. This news.com.au story describes how the Aussie’s impending carbon tax will cost the Australian coal industry AUS $ 18 billion. THE … Continue reading

26. September 2011 by Jason Hayes
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Here we go again

I just had an interesting contact from a reporter at an environmentally-themed government publication. The reporter was asking for my comment on a new NRDC report that lists the 20 “most toxic” states in the union. I won’t link to … Continue reading

15. August 2011 by Jason Hayes
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House votes to block EPA GHG regs

In a 249-177 vote, the House of Representatives today voted to block the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in its attempts to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. More in this Google article.

18. February 2011 by Jason Hayes
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“De-develop” the United States?

Interesting quotes being attributed to John P. Holdren, White House Science & Technology Director. Apparently Holdren wrote the following in his 1973 book, “Human Ecology: Problems and Solutions” (co-authored with environmental activists Paul and Anne Ehrlich). “Resources must be diverted … Continue reading

18. September 2010 by Jason Hayes
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