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Virginia Regulatory Town Hall
Agency
Department of Environmental Quality
Board
Air Pollution Control Board
chapter
Regulation for Emissions Trading [9 VAC 5 ‑ 140]
Action Reduce and Cap Carbon Dioxide from Fossil Fuel Fired Electric Power Generating Facilities (Rev. C17)
Stage Proposed
Comment Period Ends 3/6/2019
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3/3/19  9:08 am
Commenter: Dianna L Howard

OPPOSE RGGI
 

The RGGI proposes to discourage energy production by fossil fuels by capping it and selling the credits to encourage  Green energy Wind, Solar while ignoring the economics

  • First, significant production and distribution assets will be required (and not disclosed in Green industry cost estimates) and electricity consumers will be required to pay for these.
  • Second, the economics of the replacement generation have to be recognized.
  • Electricity price increases in Virginia are already a problem
  • Virginia consumers have benefited from lower prices for electricity…but that will change if we ignor the high cost of green energy 

The US Energy Information Agency found that one third of country is having a problem paying energy bill adding the burden of high cost of renewables is unconscionable

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