Power Company Constellation Meets Air Toxics Standards AEP Calls Unattainable

A power company that invested millions to cut coal pollution in 2008 is now urging the White House to reject competitors’ complaints they can’t do the same before 2015. American Electric Power has claimed that the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed air toxics rule would be ruinously expensive to implement. “It’s entirely possible to comply with these rules and remain a profitable company,” Paul Allen, chief environmental officer of the Baltimore-based Constellation Energy said.

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