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Dan ByersStephen Eule

Mark Twain reportedly observed in 1919 that "A falsehood can travel around the world and back again while the truth is lacing up its boots." When it comes to the debate surrounding Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recent rules, Twain’s quip still rings true.

Heath Knakmuhs

 Back in June 2014, the Environmental Protection Agency issued its proposed regulations to address greenhouse gas emissions from electric generating units, or EGUs.  A little over a year later, this proposal was finalized as the so-called Clean Power Plan (CPP).  A flawed process from the beginni

Dan ByersStephen Eule

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Stephen Eule

My colleague Dan Byers summarized some of the really big stuff in President Trump’s sweeping

Dan Byers

Today, President Trump signed what might be the most consequential energy-related Executive Order (EO) ever.

Stephen Eule

Over the last couple of years, we’ve taken some deep dives into the U.S.

Stephen Eule

​We’ve been telling readers for some time how the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) now argues that its once “transformative” Clean Power Plan (CPP)—upon greater reflection and a weak legal justification—really isn’t that “transformative” after all.

Stephen Eule

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) head Gina McCarthy appeared before the House Science Committee on Wednesday, June 22, and the EPA’s Clean Power Plan (CPP) was front and center in the minds of many committee members.

Stephen Eule

A few of weeks back, we told you about how the Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) Annual Energy Outlook 2016 showed the harm Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Power Plan (CPP) will

Stephen Eule

You’ve got to hand it to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). They are nothing if persistent.