Report: DOE Plan To Help Coal And Nuclear Would Cost $10.6 Billion A Year

EI’s analysis of DOE’s cost recovery proposal for coal and nuclear is featured in Midwest Energy News’ roundup of Trump Administration energy policy.

Trump’s Coal Subsidy Will Cost Taxpayers Billions

EI analysis of the cost impacts of DOE’s proposed cost-recovery rule is cited in an editorial disagreeing with Trump Administration coal subsidies.

Trump Wants Subsidies For Coal Companies, Not Health Insurers

EI’s analysis of potential consumer costs created by the Department of Energy’s cost-recovery rule is cited in an article on CNN discussing Trump Administration spending.

What’s A DOE NOPR To Do?

EI’s Sonia Aggarwal and Robbie Orvis are interviewed on the Grid Geeks podcast about DOE’s NOPR proposal and the policies needed to boost grid resilience.

DOE’s Coal Bailout Plan Could Cost American Business Billions

EI analysis showing DOE’s NOPR could create $10.6 billion in costs to consumers is cited in an EDF Voices blog discussing the proposal’s potential impacts.

Subsidy Plan For Coal And Nuclear Plants ‘Will Cost US Taxpayers $10.6B A Year’

EI analysis showing DOE’s NOPR could create $10.6 billion in costs to consumers is cited in a Guardian article discussing the proposal.

Energy Dominance Meets Market Realities

EI analysis showing DOE’s NOPR could create $10.6 billion in costs to consumers is cited in a Politico article discussing opposition to the proposal.

Merchant Coal Operators Reject Perry’s Grid Proposal

An E&E News article cites EI research showing up to $10.6 billion in new annual consumer costs to illustrate opposition to DOE’s cost-recovery proposal.

DOE’s Coal and Nuclear Bailout Proposal Should Be Rejected

An NRDC blog cites EI’s research showing that DOE’s cost-recovery proposal could create up to $10.6 billion in new consumer costs annually.

DOE’s Cost Recovery NOPR Could Raise Consumer Costs By $10B Annually, New Analysis Finds

A Utility Dive article cites EI’s research report that DOE’s cost-recovery proposal could create up to $10.6 billion in new consumer costs annually.