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Testimony of Catherine M. Kunkel on behalf of the West Virginia Citizen Action Group, before the Public Service Commission of West Virginia, Case No.  12-1571-E-PC, April 26, 2013

Testimony of Catherine M. Kunkel on behalf of the West Virginia Citizen Action Group, before the Public Service Commission of West Virginia, Case No. 12-1571-E-PC, April 26, 2013

Direct testimony of Catherine M. Kunkel on behalf of the West Virginia Citizen Action Group, before the Public Service Commission of West Virginia, Case No.  12-1571-E-PC, April 26, 2013 * Takes over a minute to load, file is 33MB.

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Testimony of David A. Schlissel on behalf of the West Virginia Citizen Action Group and the Sierra Club, before the Public Service Commission of West Virginia

Testimony of David A. Schlissel on behalf of the West Virginia Citizen Action Group and the Sierra Club, before the Public Service Commission of West Virginia

Direct testimony of David A. Schlissel on behalf of the West Virginia Citizen Action Group and the Sierra Club, before the Public Service Commission of West Virginia, Case No.  12-1571-E-PC, April 26, 2013

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21 groups call for moratorium on Powder River coal

21 groups call for moratorium on Powder River coal

ST LOUIS, MO — “Leaders of 21 organizations sent Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell a letter Monday calling for “an immediate moratorium on new coal leasing in the Powder River Basin and a comprehensive review of the federal coal leasing program.” According to the letter, large quantities of carbon pollution are being unlocked by […]

April 15, 2013 Read More →
Prairie State moves Marceline budget from black to red

Prairie State moves Marceline budget from black to red

MARCELINE, MO — “While Marceline City Manager Luke Lewis says he and the Marceline City Council still intend to amend the City of Marceline’s budget to reflect current Prairie State revenues and what the City is paying for the four megawatts from Prairie State, he’s dealing with a moving target. During a recent meeting with […]

April 5, 2013 Read More →
Cities ask Ohio AG to investigate Prairie State Energy Campus

Cities ask Ohio AG to investigate Prairie State Energy Campus

CHICAGO, IL — “— A group of four city council members, including one from Cleveland, have asked the Ohio Attorney General to launch an investigation into the controversial bond-financed Prairie State Energy Campus that opened last year after cost overruns and delays. …Ohio-based American Municipal Power, which has a 23% interest in the coal-fired plant, and […]

April 4, 2013 Read More →