West Virginia Attorney General Settles Allegations of Antitrust Violations
I want to pass along three interesting articles I have read over the past day or so about coal’s decline (or alleged decline) in the United States totally unrelated to EPA’s recent proposed rule on carbon emissions from existing power plants.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) released a report yesterday, July 28, 2014, that presents a need for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“USEPA”) to update the Underground Injection Control class II program (“UIC Program”).
What if there was a technology that had a 20 year track record of saving 4.8 quads of energy and 41 million tons of carbon, while saving consumers more than $44 billion over the past 20 years, and was anticipated to save consumers up to $230 billion on their utility bills, 53 quads of energy and 3,995 million tons of carbon from 2012-2040?
A case filed last week in a California court is a prime example of the importance of contract documents in a LEED project.