American coalition for clean coal electricity

Working as a lobbyist, he said, was how he chose to take care of his family.
A number of major companies have abandoned two of the coal industry's lobbying groups.
Critics of President Barack Obama's landmark regulation to reduce carbon dioxide emissions almost always highlight a series of flawed studies to attack the Clean Power Plan. In fact, many are often paid for by utility or fossil fuel interests.
Today, legislative and lobbyist members of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) voted on model legislation promoting both exports of gas obtained via hydraulic fracturing ("fracking") and vehicles powered by compressed natural gas (CNG).
"Their standards require coal-fired power plants to deploy technologies that are not currently commercially viable," said
Okay, it's past Thanksgiving and the election is long over, but a series of ads I saw on television on election night keep playing in my mind. They were about the virtues of coal. Why would such ads stay with me? Let me explain.
Rebranding dirty old coal as "clean coal" doesn't magically make the filth disappear.
The coal lobby just kicked off a $40 million campaign to manipulate the election cycle. In 2008, the industry planted questions
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed a lawsuit on behalf of New York and ten other states with the mission of compelling the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to issue new regulations on soot pollution.
"I never am going to do [ads] like this again, thanking people. I'll do it through personal correspondence." The problem