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ACCCE Calls on President Obama to Address Economic Devastation American Families Will Face under Carbon Reduction Plan

Monday, August 24, 2015

“Instead of showing off his pet project he should be focusing on the everyday Americans who rely on affordable energy to keep the lights on for their families.”


WASHINGTON, D.C. — As President Barack Obama headlines the “National Clean Energy Summit 8.0: Powering Progress” today in Las Vegas, the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity suggests he address the fact his carbon plan will raise energy costs for American families and do nothing to impact climate change.


What They're Saying - Bipartisan Coalition of Attorneys General Lead Charge to Stop EPA’s Illegal Carbon Emissions Rule

Friday, August 14, 2015

“This rule is the most far-reaching energy regulation in the nation’s history”


Bipartisan Group of State Attorneys General Seek Delay of EPA’s Illegal Carbon Emissions Rule

Silence from Environmental Special Interests on EPA Animas River Disaster

Thursday, August 13, 2015

“EPA’s mismanagement of the spill should cause outrage from their special interest allies. Instead EPA and their allies continue colluding behind closed doors to impose illegal regulations that will harm our economy and increase energy costs on every single American.”


What They're Saying About EPA's Illegal Carbon Emissions Rule

Friday, August 7, 2015

“Without a vote in Congress or even much public debate, Mr. Obama is using his last 18 months to dictate U.S. energy choices for the next 20 or 30 years. This abuse of power is regulation without representation.” – Wall Street Editorial Board


EPA’s carbon emissions rule is the politically unpopular and congressionally defeated Cap and Trade legislation.

ACCCE Applauds Markup of Legislation Providing Increased Oversight of EPA

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Washington, D.C. — The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity praises Senator Shelley Moore Capito for advancing the Affordable Reliable Energy Now Act which will provide stricter oversight of the Environmental Protection Agency. This morning’s Senate Environment and Public Works Committee’s Clean Air and Nuclear Safety Subcommittee markup of the legislation comes in the wake of EPA finalizing illegal and exorbitantly expensive carbon regulations.


EPA Gifts Obama with Ruling for His Birthday

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Washington, D.C. — Just in time for President Obama’s 54th birthday, the Environmental Protection Agency presented him with the gift of his political legacy.


ACCCE Responds to President Obama’s Release of EPA’s Destructive Carbon Rules

Monday, August 3, 2015

Washington, D.C. – Mike Duncan, president and CEO of the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity’s issued the following statement regarding President Obama’s release of the final version of EPA’s Clean Power Plan.


“With the release of the final carbon regulation, the President once again demonstrated his lack of empathy for hard working Americans across the country who first and foremost wish to secure a robust economic future. Instead of putting their priorities first, the President shamefully put his political legacy first.”


ACCCE Blasts Finalized EPA Carbon Emissions Rule

Sunday, August 2, 2015

Washington, D.C. – The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity today blasted the Environmental Protection Agency’s planned release of its rule to regulate carbon dioxide emissions from power plants in 49 states.


ACCCE Continues “Road to 2016” Energy Discussion in Columbia, SC

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Columbia, SC – The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity is hosting its third energy policy discussion today in Columbia, SC featuring remarks from presidential contender Rick Santorum.


The event, hosted by ACCCE in partnership with Washington, D.C.-based news outlet InsideSources, is part of a series of discussions examining the effects Environmental Protection Agency regulations are having on states and how energy policy more broadly is shaping the political narrative in the 2016 elections.