Now is the time to contact policymakers in support of H.R. 2218 to ensure an effective, sensible and science-based approach to regulating the byproducts of electricity generation.

 

On October 15, the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it would accept the National Association of Manufacturers' petition challenging EPA’s questionable approach to regulating greenhouse gasses. 

The controversial passage of Senate Bill 252, which doubled the renewable energy mandate on Colorado’s rural electric cooperatives, is still making its mark on the state’s politics.

In April, we posted some surprisingly positive news: the Hydropower Regulatory Efficiency Act of 2013 – a bill that encourages the development of small hydropower projects – had passed the typically divided U.S.

Name: Jay R.

Hometown: Colorado Springs, CO

Occupation: Computer security analyst

Why I support Keep Electricity Affordable: “Electricity needs and associated equipment needs should be addressed locally, not by politicians in Denver. Local residents know their power needs and what they can afford. We do not need unfunded mandates dictating power policies.”

The one thing that requires electricity that I can't live without: Life support equipment

My favorite movie, book or TV show is: John Carter, Warlord of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs

Name: Brian D.

Hometown: Casper, WY

Occupation: Oil and gas company

Why I support Keep Electricity Affordable: “I don’t want to pay more for utilities unnecessarily.”

The one thing that requires electricity that I can't live without: Lights

Favorite movie, book or TV show: Lights Out, a book by David Crawford. The book explores what would happen if we lost electricity or experienced an Electro-Magnetic Pulse (EMP).

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