YOUR VOICE NEEDED NOW!!
On January 8, DNREC hosted a public listening session to hear comments on the EPA’s proposed repeal of the Clean Power Plan. We are grateful to our state leadership for offering a public listening session in Delaware. The only one held by EPA was in West Virginia. Three others are planned but appear to occur after the deadline for public comment submissions. That deadline was January 16 but has been extended to April 26.
Several of us from DeIPL presented oral statements on January 8. We encourage you to submit your own statements in support of the Clean Power Plan and opposing its repeal HERE.
You can view DNREC’s press release with background information as well as instructions for online submission to the EPA. You may also view comments from Lisa Locke, John Sykes or John Mateyko, with DeIPL. Feel free to use/share if they can be helpful.
The message is simple…DO NOT REPEAL THE CLEAN POWER PLAN!!
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