Published On: Tue, Jan 9th, 2018

Coal executive blasts federal energy regulators for ‘bureaucratic cop-out’ on Trump administration power plan

Coal executive blasts federal energy regulators for ‘bureaucratic cop-out’ on Trump administration power plan

Murray Energy chief executive Robert E. Murray, who had urged the Trump administration to prop up coal-fired power plants in electricity markets, blasted federal regulators Tuesday who rejected the administration’s plan. Murray said in a statement that the decision Monday by the independent five-person Federal Energy Regulatory Commission was a “bureaucratic cop-out” and said that […]

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