Cinergy Corp. says current EPA rules work against goals

Paul King, executive vice president, power operations and fuels for Cinergy Power Generation Services, testified that EPA’s current interpretation of rules on power plants is ௿½counter-intuitive to meeting the nation’s environmental goals, while maintaining a reliable electric supply. Instead, the result will be the potential for increasingly less efficient and reliable power plants and increased environmental degradation, not enhancement. But there is a better way to achieve both environmental goals and a reliable electric supply.௿½

By the OGJ Online Staff

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