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May 10, 2018

Utilities asked to consider carbon cost

SEATTLE (AP) — Washington state regulators stepped up their activism on the climate front by telling three utilities to reconsider the carbon-emission costs of producing electricity from coal and other fossil fuels.

The Seattle Times reports that the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission directives were sent to Puget Sound Energy, Avista Corp and Pacific Power.


 
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