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Consumers Plans To Demolish 3 Coal-Fired Plants

Consumers Energy is asking the state to approve a bond issue that will allow it to close and demolish three coal-fired power plants in Michigan.

WWJ Newsradio 950–10/30/2013

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Wayne State Gets Grant To Cut Toxic Emissions By Power Plants Into Great Lakes

A team of Wayne State University researchers are working on a technology that could quickly and significantly reduce the emission of mercury and other toxic substances by power plants into the Great Lakes basin.

WWJ Newsradio 950–08/22/2013

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Court: EPA Can Stop Some Power Plant Modifications

Government regulators can try to halt construction projects at power plants if they think the companies didn’t properly calculate whether the changes would increase air pollution, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday, marking the latest twist in a decades-long fight over the Clean Air Act.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/29/2013

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Consumers Energy Helps Northeast Michigan Company Grow Operations, Jobs

Consumers Energy Friday signed a $19 million contract with Moran Iron Works, a manufacturer in Onaway in the northeast Lower Peninsula, for fabrication of clean-air equipment for the utility’s power plants.

WWJ Newsradio 950–02/03/2013

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Michigan Ranks 7th Worst State For Toxic Air Pollution From Power Plants

Michigan is the seventh worst state in the nation when it comes to exposing residents to toxic air pollution from coal-fired power plants, according to an analysis released by the Natural Resources Defense Council.

WWJ Newsradio 950–08/10/2012

Debate Over Renewable Energy Ballot Issue Heats Up

The debate over increasing Michigan’s renewable energy requirements is starting to heat up faster than a solar panel on a cloudless summer day.

WWJ Newsradio 950–06/24/2012

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U of M To Host Panel On Japan Nuclear Power Crisis

University of Michigan experts will conduct a panel discussion on Friday that focuses on the efforts to extinguish fires at a burning nuclear power plant in Japan.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/18/2011