Dec 10, 2015

California Regulators Challenged on NatGas-Fired Generator Plans | 2015-12-10 | Natural Gas Intelligence

Calling it a "carbon-polluting power grab," Earthjustice on Monday filed an appeal challenging the California Public Utilities Commission's (CPUC) approval of a key agreement to repower an existing natural gas-fired generation plant site in Carlsbad, CA.

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