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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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This is getting to be a habit with the renewable industry

It seems that admitting renewable energy simply can’t compete without massive infusions of taxpayer dollars, or regulatory/legislative mandates is getting to be a habit for renewable advocates. They are clearly making these statements in defense of their attempts to stop … Continue reading

16. May 2013 by Jason Hayes
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Renewable energy study overstates job benefits

A study that supports a North Carolina renewable energy purchase mandate has been criticized as “somewhat deceptive” in the way it calculates employment benefits from renewable mandates for the state. The North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association recently released the study … Continue reading

21. March 2013 by Jason Hayes
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