U.S. grid operators warn EPA proposal could cause ‘significant power shortages’

Aerial View of Coal Fired Power Station in Winter


Aerial View of Coal Fired Power Station in Winter

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Electric companies pushed back this week against the Biden administration’s proposed rules to cut carbon emissions from power plants, arguing the plan relies on costly, unreliable technology that is not “legally or technically sound.”

Four of the largest U.S. grid operators – the joint comments submitted this week

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