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"… ted by pledging to regulate the toxic byproduct of burning coal to produce electricity. The agency has also approved a $268 million, four-year plan to remove coa …"

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"… ea, and Southwestern power marketing associations, which provide wholesale electricity for homes, banks, and military bases throughout the West, have yet to comp …"

"… out the West, have yet to complete risk assessments to protect the flow of electricity and to analyze potential threats (OIG).* Navy’s rate of ship procurement …"

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"… pledge to finally regulate the toxic byproduct of burning coal to produce electricity.The EPA announced today that it will kick off a month-long series of heari …"

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"… regulate the waste, which is a toxic byproduct of burning coal to produce electricity.In May, after months of behind-the-scenes politicking over its proposal, t …"

"… blicans — said the hazardous approach “could destroy jobs and increase electricity rates.” The letter argued that the label would “stigmatize” and “d …"

"… would create reliability problems for the electric system and would cause electricity rates to increase unnecessarily,” stated the July 29 letter, which was o …"

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"… inally regulate the waste — a toxic byproduct of burning coal to produce electricity.In a conference call with journalists, EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson unve …"

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"… e flame on the stovetop, heats half the homes in America, and can generate electricity with 40 percent less carbon emissions than coal. “The gas companies real …"

"… as is the least carbon-intensive fossil fuel that can be burned to produce electricity, companies that produce it stand to gain significant share in the power ge …"

"… pson, but natural gas companies might win an even larger share of the U.S. electricity market with an all-out push in the Senate. “If they would say there shou …"

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"… commodities trading, whether at the gas pump or from fluctuating prices of electricity. Even so-called end users – major industries such as airlines or power c …"

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"… more energy and construction. Many cities in the countryside still have no electricity, and the government has a program to remedy that problem, as well. With a …"

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"… state-owned enterprises that together account for 60 percent of China’s electricity and are a significant source of carbon emissions — a goal of generating …"

"… icant source of carbon emissions — a goal of generating three percent of electricity from renewable sources by 2010. But, according to calculations b …"

"… ompany CEOs would like to see the central government increase the price of electricity, which is currently fixed, while Beijing worries that raising prices that …"

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"… timates that the legislation would add thousands of dollars a year to home electricity, gas, and oil bills. And although none of the opposition TV ads or public …"

"… akes the heavy equipment for three low- or no-carbon alternative fuels for electricity: natural gas, wind, and nuclear. The company also develops technology that …"

"… unfair competition they would face from other countries with cheap, dirty electricity if the United States took steps to clean up its energy profile. “If we c …"

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"… ia, aluminium). Like aluminum, alumina is made by using vast quantities of electricity. And in Gladstone, electricity comes cheaply — from burning black coal t …"

"… alumina is made by using vast quantities of electricity. And in Gladstone, electricity comes cheaply — from burning black coal that spews greenhouse gas into t …"

"… ncy to change their ways. Australia’s heavy reliance on cheap coal-fired electricity for its homes and businesses makes it per capita the highest greenhouse ga …"

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"… ctive for new and existing investment.”And in China, ambitious renewable electricity plans look like an important step toward tackling global warming, but prog …"

"… ntries, like China and India, where millions of people still lived without electricity, would not have binding obligations to reduce emissions. That accommodatio …"

"… s also building coal plants so fast that it still gets just one percent of electricity from wind. The reality is that only one of the top 10 power companies — …"

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"… y because it is crucial to speed the use of alternative energy – to move electricity from remote locations of the country that produce wind or solar energy, fo …"

"… electric grid at the stimulus signing ceremony last February. “Today the electricity we use is carried along a grid of lines and wires that dates back to Thoma …"

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"… f others. American Superconductor of Devens, Massachusetts, pushed for the electricity grid modernization in the bill — a move that would enhance the market fo …"

"… into the Texas wind power he touts as an important domestic resource, but electricity from the rural plains isn’t going anywhere without more wires. In fact, …"

"… ained in that deal, which likely will slow the move to low-carbon forms of electricity generation. Enter a new interest group: America’s Natural Gas Alliance, …"

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"… urprising, since more than 80 percent of the 200 million megawatt hours of electricity its plants generate annually is fired by fossil fuel — the main source o …"

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"… d loss of life.Coal ash is the toxic byproduct of burning coal to generate electricity. For lack of a safer disposal method, at least 70 millions tons of coal as …"

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"… . Just a year ago, Waxman and Markey backed a moratorium on new coal-fired electricity plants. But their latest draft would allow new coal plants through 2015, i …"

"… e… draft focuses on the key role that coal plays in meeting growing U.S. electricity needs.” Greenpeace, meanwhile, has objected to “the untold billions of …"

"… skips the clean question and focuses on “coal, the source of half of our electricity” and how it will help generate jobs to “get our economy back on its fe …"

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"… many dangers of the often toxic solid waste generated by burning coal for electricity.Now an analysis by the Natural Resources Defense Council is warning that m …"

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"… ost. …"

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"… ate coal ash — the often toxic solid waste generated by burning coal for electricity, and the focus of a new Center investigation — environmentalists are als …"

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"… he various solid remnants left over from burning the black rock to produce electricity at more than 500 power plants nationwide. The ash amounts to dirty stuff, …"

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"… se in the United States. The signs are popular because they do not require electricity and provide emergency light and direction during evacuations.From 2001 to …"

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"… 15 percent of total U.S. production. An estimated 10 percent of all U.S. electricity now depends on coal from longwall mines, which have grown in Appalachia an …"

Undermined

By Kristen Lombardi

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"… try — making sure people know that it powers 55 percent of the state’s electricity, for example. In tax forms, the organization says that its purpose is to p …"

The big seep

By Kristen Lombardi

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"… the coalfired power plants that produce more than half of the country’s electricity. The 110-car trains chug up and down the East Coast to 42 locations, from …"

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"… e motive for investing in grid upgrades that would help consumers use less electricity. …"

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"… ems for the first time. …"

"… forms of alternative energy. In contrast, Denmark meets 20 percent of its electricity needs with wind, while Spain has reached 9 percent and Germany and Portuga …"

"… ust, steady support that renewable energy needs to compete with cheap coal electricity. Subsidies born of the oil shocks of the 1970s were scaled back in the 198 …"

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"… trict of Columbia and commit the nation to drawing a certain percentage of electricity from renewable sources like solar, wind, and geothermal energy?The renewab …"

"… s, with alternative energy currently providing less than 3 percent of U.S. electricity.At a conference last week in Washington, Senate Energy and Natural Resourc …"

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"… g companies that provide basic public necessities such as local telephone, electricity, water and natural gas services.In an exhaustive state-by-state survey, Ce …"

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"… alled a community power generator, which runs on pongamia oil and produces electricity to light up local homes.Some other villages have followed suit.In February …"

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