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August 1 -- All five members of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) agreed yesterday that acting on climate change is critical and none of them offered any indication that the U.S. EPA’s proposed Clean Power Plan to cut carbon emissions from existing power plants would hamper the reliability of America’s electric transmission grid.

A federal statute requires FERC to protect grid reliability and that was the subject of yesterday's hearing by the House Subcommitee on Energy and Power chaired by Republican Rep. Ed Whitfield of Kentucky. >>View Article

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