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More on petition against coal-burning plant

KFTC members call on PSC to stop unneccesary coal-burning power plant — Kentuckians For The Commonwealth.
KFTC members took action today to stop a proposed coal-burning power plant in Central Kentucky along the Kentucky River. KFTC, along with our friends at the Sierra Club and Kentucky Environmental Foundation, filed a formal petition asking the Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) to revoke East Kentucky Power Cooperative's approval for a proposed "Smith" coal-burning plant in Clark County.

Our petition to the PSC contends that the proposed Smith plant is an unnecessary and unreasonable risk to ratepayers and asked that the EKPC's "Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity" be revoked. We are encouraging EKPC to shift to cleaner, more affordable energy solutions. READ MORE ...

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