Clean Power Plan Will Cut Bills


Two new reports debunk claims that the EPA's Clean Power Plan would cost Michiganders in the form of higher energy bills. 

Critics claim the standards will cost Michigan and the nation jobs, but a public policy professor at Georgia Institute of Technology, Marilyn Brown, says the findings also reveal a clean power pathway would be good for both the economy and for job creation. "You spend a lot more on labor when it comes to energy efficiency and renewable systems than you do in the generation of electricity for large power plants, whether it's nuclear, coal or natural gas," says Brown. Read article here.