EPA Kills 15 Power Plants

Washington Examiner

Georgia Power asked state regulators for permission to shut down 15 power plants yesterday, claiming new regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) make the plants too expensive to run.

The 15 coal-, oil- and natural gas-fired power plants currently produce 2,061 megawatts (MW) for Georgia energy consumers. Georgia Power plans to close 11 of the plants on the exact day the EPA’s new mercury regulations are set to take effect, April 16, 2015. Georgia Power will seek waivers from the EPA to keep four of the other plants open for a single year, and then shut those down too on April 16, 2016. It is unclear how the Georgia energy sector will make the 2 gigawatts up.

Full Article »

About Brent P.

Author, blogger, independent researcher, Conservatarian, and strict Constitutionalist.
This entry was posted in American Culture, American Sovereignty, Climate Change, Communications, Communism, Conservatism, Cultural Marxism, Debt Ceiling, Economy, Energy Policy, EPA, Fascism, Global Warming, GOP, House of Representatives, Indoctrination, Legal/Judicial, Main-Stream Media, Marxism, National Debt, Politics, Progressive Movement, Senate, Social Engineering, Social Justice, Socialism, Taxation, Totalitarianism, U.S. Constitution, Unemployment and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.