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Is Your Power Company Fighting in Court Against Safeguards From Mercury and ...
Electric power companies across the country have unleashed their lawyers and lobbyists in Washington, attacking these important health standards in court and in Congress.
Uncle Sam Must Love These 30 Companies
Despite the U.S. corporate tax rate being 35 percent, the study found that the average tax rate of 280 S&P 500 companies investigated was only 18.5 percent between 2008 and 2010. Furthermore, 30 of the companies paid no net federal income tax in the ...
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Even in Coal Country, the Fight for an Industry
Across the United States, the industry is under siege, threatened by new regulations from Washington, environmentalists fortified by money from Michael R. Bloomberg, the billionaire mayor of New York City, and natural gas companies intent on capturing ...
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Coal fights to keep crown as power mainstay
The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity, whose members include Peabody Energy Corp. in St. Louis and Southern Co. in Atlanta, is trying to reach voters with its campaign to promote coal and warn about the economic impact of the EPA's rules.
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Green Button Energy Program Gathers Steam
Previously signed up were Pacific Gas & Electric Company, Southern California Edison, Oncor, Pepco Holdings Inc.
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Small businesses can score big with Pan Am Games
The Toronto 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games may be three years away, but small business owner Julie Kaye is already strategizing about how to score big.
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Peter Holle: Artificially cheap hydro power, your equalization dollars at work
By excluding the true value of renewable hydro energy revenues from the calculation of revenue capacity, the equalization formula rewards Manitoba and Quebec for charging artificially low domestic electricity prices. Below-market ... That is because ...
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As electric deregulation takes effect, FirstEnergy, AEP drop gloves
But in reality, American Electric Power Co. of Columbus and Akron-based FirstEnergy Corp. are engaged in a very adult fight over millions - perhaps billions - of dollars.
Kelly McParland: Saving the environment is great. Rubbing everyone's nose in ...
So, if the claims are accurate, North American drivers might soon be able to buy a gas/electric car that gets 80 miles per gallon and doesn't require government subsidies to make it affordable.
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Ford Is Finally Putting A Focus On Electric Cars
May 11 - After test-driving the soon-to-go-on-sale Ford Focus Electric at a promotional event downtown on Thursday, Matt Hrna was impressed with its quick acceleration.
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