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WBEZ’s Reveal: ELPC’s Handheld Air Monitor & Intern Eve Robinson Featured in Diesel Pollution & Schools Special Report

WBEZ 91.5 Chicago Public Radio Reveal Show: School Haze February 18, 2017 Across the country, thousands of public schools are within 500 feet of pollution-choked roads like highways and truck routes. On Reveal, we investigate the high levels of exhaust surrounding U.S. schools and how the bad air is affecting the millions of children who

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EnergyWire: ELPC’s Brad Klein Says Net-Metering Does Not Raise Rates Paid by Non-Solar Customers

Net-Metering Proposal Raises Subsidy Questions in Ind. February 10, 2017 By Jeffrey Tomich Indiana joined the cavalcade of states debating the factious topic of net metering as the utility industry squared off with solar advocates and other supporters over how to fairly compensate consumers who generate their own electricity. A hearing before the Senate Utilities

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WKSU Radio: Ohio Releases its Lake Erie Phosphorus-Reduction Plan a Year Early

Ohio Releases its Lake Erie Phosphorus-Reduction Plan a Year Early February 9, 2017 By Kevin Niedermier The Ohio EPA has released its framework for reducing phosphorus levels in western Lake Erie under the under the state’s agreement with Michigan and Ontario, Canada.  It has been rolled out one year ahead of the deadline set by the U.S. EPA

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Midwest Energy News: ELPC’s Energy Supply Report Links Job Growth in Minnesota to Solar Program

Report Cites Clean Energy Growth as Minnesota Legislators Push to Eliminate Solar Program February 2, 2017 By Frank Jossi A new report aims to persuade Minnesota legislators that clean energy is a strong part of Minnesota’s economy. Minnesota has 131 companies in the supply chains of the wind and solar industries, according to the report,

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