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Dominion Virginia Power to close coal ash ponds in state

04/20/2015

Dominion Virginia Power is closing all its coal ash ponds in the state to comply with new state and federal standards, the utility announced Friday.

Six coal units in PJM deactivated between April 1 and April 16

04/20/2015

Five coal-fired units in Ohio of FirstEnergy (NYSE: FE) have been deactivated so far in April, up until the issuance of an April 16 version of PJM Interconnection's unit deactivation list.

MATS dubbed ‘one of the most draconian environmental regulations ever’

04/20/2015 The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) have now taken effect and MATS represents one of the most draconian environmental regulations ever promulgated,” ac...

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