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DC Public Service Commissioner Says Controversial Pipeline Plan is Not “Just and Reasonable Or Otherwise in the Public Interest”

D.C. Public Service Commissioner Says Controversial Pipeline Plan is Not “Just and Reasonable or Otherwise in the Public Interest” In Split Decision, the D.C. PSC Nonetheless Votes to Extend Washington Gas’s “Project Pipes” Plan That Has Been Widely Criticized by D.C. Councilmembers, Ratepayers, DOEE, and others. WASHINGTON, D.C. – D.C. Public Service Commissioner Richard Beverly …

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New Videos Debut: Marylanders Share Stories of Climate Disasters, Call for Passage of RENEW Act

New Videos Debut: Marylanders Share Stories of Climate Disasters, Call for Passage of RENEW Act Powerful two-minute videos spotlight personal costs of extreme weather and urge legislators to pass landmark bill that would make polluters pay. Annapolis, MD — Today marks the official debut of a hard-hitting new video series that shows how climate disasters …

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Gov. Moore reveals plan to spend $90M in climate investments

Gov. Moore Jumpstarts Climate Programs by Revealing Breakdown of $90 Million Investment The one-time injection of cash to reduce emissions is a down payment on the Governor’s commitment to invest $1 billion a year to address climate change ANNAPOLIS, MD — Maryland Governor Wes Moore announced today how his administration will invest the $90 million …

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Overwhelming Majority of D.C. Councilmembers Tell Public Service Commission to Reject Washington Gas’s Costly and Controversial Pipeline Spending Program

Overwhelming Majority of D.C. Councilmembers Tell Public Service Commission to Reject Washington Gas’s Costly and Controversial Pipeline Spending Program In a letter, Councilmembers tell Commissioners to begin new energy planning process “consistent with carbon neutrality goals” passed by Council in 2018 WASHINGTON, D.C. – An overwhelming majority of D.C. Councilmembers today sent a letter to the District’s …

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