Tag Archives for US Chamber of Commerce

EPA GHG rules: based in flawed logic

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce blog describes the flawed logic underlying the latest round of EPA regulations, which are aimed at CO2 emissions and the U.S. coal industry. Based on projections from the U.S. Department of Energy, the amount of … Continue reading

30. July 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Regulatory burden stifling business

This U.S. Chamber blog post notes that increasingly complex  and expensive layers of regulation have gone well beyond the point of “establishing the rules of competition, ensuring a level playing field, governing participants behavior, and protecting consumers, public health and … Continue reading

29. May 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Feeling overregulated?

If you wonder why the coal industry–and our entire economy–is lagging right now, one of the chief reasons is the cost for business to comply with federal regulations. This post by the US Chamber of Commerce is an eye opener. Working … Continue reading

01. May 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Project No Project

The Project No-Project website is a new effort by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce aimed at promoting the permitting and construction of new energy generation capacity. As the Projectnoproject.com website notes, many citizens and green groups who are “thinking globally … Continue reading

08. January 2010 by Jason Hayes
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