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BLOOMBERG CITES AEE IN COVERAGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY'S PROPOSED CARBON REGULATIONS

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As Bloomberg reports, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce released an economic impact study showing that the Environmental Protection Agency's proposal to cut carbon dioxide emissions from power plants could result in a loss of jobs in the coal industry. The article also presents a contrasting view from AEE.

“We see EPA’s carbon rules as a huge opportunity to modernize our grid, and that will help the economy overall,” said Malcolm Woolf, the senior vice president for government affairs at Advanced Energy Economy, a business group that represents lower-carbon power suppliers and efficiency companies. “We see this as a real opportunity.”

Read more from the article here. Download the Advanced Energy Technologies for Carbon Reduction here.