Clean Power Plan gives states control
An expert analysis released last month found that the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Power Plan will bring big saving to consumers by reducing electricity bills by an average of $17 a month by 2030.
In its report, Synapse Energy Economics found that by making strong investments in energy efficiency under the Clean Power Plan, states can put money back in consumers' wallets while also limiting dangerous carbon pollution. While Congressional climate deniers falsely claim that the EPA’s safeguards will turn the lights off and increase costs, these claims are patently untrue. The Clean Power Plan offers states the flexibility they need to implement customized and cost-effective solutions to cut carbon pollution.
The Clean Power Plan is good for Ohio families and businesses. It also puts us on the right path when it comes to protecting our children from the harmful impacts of climate change. We can't afford to wait when it comes to supporting the Clean Power Plan.
– Rhiannon Muchowski, North Olmsted