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ELPC Staff Receive Accolades

Howard A Learner, Executive Director, honored with AARP Illinois and Crain’s Custom Media 50@50 Community Building Award   Margrethe Kearney, Senior Staff Attorney, honored as an emerging leader in Midwest Energy News’ 40 Under 40 Award Program    Bradley Klein, Senior Staff Attorney, named as a 2018 Leadership Greater Chicago Fellow   

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The Toledo Blade: Great Lakes conference discusses Lake Erie impairment

Great Lakes conference discusses Lake Erie impairment November 3, 2017 By Tom Henry One of the Kasich administration’s key players in the fight against algal blooms said Friday the future health of western Lake Erie is tied to the state’s commitment to do more aggressive edge-of-field research in each of the lake’s watersheds, not a

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New York Times: Advocacy Groups Say EPA Not Doing Enough to Protect Lake Erie

By The Associated Press TOLEDO, Ohio — Environmental advocates who sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency because they believe not enough is being done to address the toxic algae problem in Lake Erie said they think the agency’s response to the suit only bolsters their argument. The groups want the EPA to declare that the

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Midwest Energy News: ELPC’s Learner Says Clean Energy Advocates Should Focus More Attention on Clean Transportation

Study: Utilities should get in the drivers seat on electric vehicle infrastructure By Kari Lydersen It’s widely accepted that electric vehicles will become increasingly popular and affordable in coming years, and utilities are trying to make sure their grids can handle an influx of vehicles plugged in. But a recent study by the global consulting

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