EPA’s Clean Power Fraud

The brilliant Paul Driessen.

PA Pundits - International

The agency’s plan will do little good and much damage

Driessenprofile2By Paul Driessen ~

The Environmental Protection Agency has twisted 280 words in the Clean Air Act into 2,690 pages of Clean Power Plan regulations and appendices. The Clean Power Plan requires that states slash their utility-sector carbon dioxide emissions an average of 32% below 2005 levels by 2030.

20100601_EPALogoAt least 12 states will have to impose 40% to 48% reductions. Those states now get 50% to 96% of their electricity from coal, and nearly all their electricity from coal and natural gas. Further complicating matters, even replacing coal-fired units with natural gas turbines is highly restricted under the plan.

Replacing this power generation with wind and solar will disrupt grid reliability, risk brownouts and blackouts, and bankrupt many businesses, families, and communities.

Coal-reliant states currently pay 8 to 9 cents per kilowatt-hour. Their rates will likely go well beyond…

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One Comment on “EPA’s Clean Power Fraud”

  1. Even if they didn’t twist words; CO2 has nothing to do with climatic changes OR the phony global warming! IF CO2 was regulating the climate, would have being SAME climate in the desert and rainforest – because is SAME amount of CO2! THEREFORE: arguing if Santa comes via the chimney, or the backdoor, will never prove that Santa is not real…! Unless the Skeptics change tactics, Warmist will be marching from victory to victory! Only real proofs can defeat the well organized Warmist!:




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