Washington, D.C. — New analysis from NERA Economic Consulting shows the Environmental Protection Agency’s power plan comes with a hefty price tag that could approach $300 billion and raise electricity prices in each of the 47 states subject to the new regulation. Despite these enormous costs, the rule does nothing to prevent global climate change.
New Analysis Underscores Power Plan’s Costly Consequences
Laws and Regs |
November 12, 2015
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November 9, 2015