Supporters of Bill Zak’s appeal of the DNREC coal ash dump permit for the Indian River Power Plant have produced this action alert:
Take Action on the Ash Pile at Indian River Power Plant
The Environmntal Appeals Board hearing is scheduled for March 10 at 9:00 in the DNREC Auditorium at 89 Kings Highway in Dover.
Delaware has a “Public Advocate,” Arthur Padmore, who is supposed to represent the public interest in utility regulatory matters.Â This office was set up because the Public Service Commission was perceived to have come too much under the control of the utilities it is supposed to regulate. Continue reading
Many people paid attention to the Bluewater Wind controversy, in which the Delaware PSC got an extraordinary amount of public input–literally thousand of letters and emails–and responded to it.
But that was a special case.Â The PSC appears to be back in harness. See, for example: responseirpscam.
For more on the behavior of Delmarva Power, see
The issue here is whether health and environmental costs will be considered in “Integrated Resource Planning.”Â Delmarva Power doesn’t want this.Â Green Delaware and others do.
Alert 643:Â “A Winter of Discontent Over Utility Bills”
Customers Are Upset That Rates Are Still High Despite Lower Fuel Costs
Green Delaware needs your support…
In these tough times many are wondering why their utility bills are the same or higher when the wholesale price of gas and electricity has tanked.Â Good question. Continue reading
Some good news!
From Nuclear Information and Resource Service
VICTORY! No nuke loan guarantees in final bill Continue reading
Stop Senator Carper’s $50B nuke/coal bailout
keep nuclear and coal out of “stimulus” bills
Calls needed to Castle, Carper, Kaufman
No need to panic Continue reading