The U.S Environmental Protection Agency adopted a stricter smog limit Thursday that will force states to reduce emissions over the next decade, improving respiratory health for millions of people through pollution controls that will cost industry billions of dollars.
For the first time in Three Mile Island's 41 years of commercial operation, the nuclear power plant failed to secure a contract in August to sell a year's worth of electricity on the regional power grid, meaning that it will lose a major revenue source.
Polluting industries will be required to do more to curb lung-damaging smog under new restrictions announced Thursday by the Obama administration, but most of the nation is projected to clean up within a decade.
The U.S Environmental Protection Agency has adopted a stricter smog limit that will force states to reduce emissions and improve respiratory health for millions over the next decade while bringing billions in pollution-control costs to industry.
ScottMadden, Inc., one of North America’s leading energy consulting firms, recently joined leading industry players as a sponsor and presenter at Infocast’s 7th Annual Transmission Summit West in San Diego, California.
Investigators determined there was probable cause to charge Warren County Administrator Paul Dusek with official misconduct for repeatedly assuring county leaders that the controversial natural gas cogeneration project on county property was saving money when he admitted he did not understand the energy savings contract for the project.