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The Clean Power Plan and Arkansas's Electric System

The U.S. EPA will release its final Clean Power Plan rule at any time after late July, that will require states to prepare compliance plans.

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Policy Agenda

Advanced energy technologies create jobs, businesses and investments while increasing energy efficiency and energy independence. AAEA members

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Jobs on the Map

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Current News

  1. AAEA Statement on the Publication of EPA's Final Rule on the Clean Power Plan

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Association // October 23, 2015

    “Today’s publication of EPA’s Clean Power Plan in the Federal Register means Arkansas can now move forward with modernizing its electric power system for the 21st century. As we see it, the Clean Power Plan simply accelerates the technology and market trends that are already moving Arkansas toward an electricity system that is more reliable, clean, affordable, and responsive to customer demands..."

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  2. Walmart Exec to AAEA: We're Working to Reduce Energy Footprint

    Arkansas Business // October 21, 2015

    Wal-Mart Stores Inc. of Bentonville is committed to renewable energy and has implemented measures to further reduce its energy footprint, the retailer's vice president for energy told the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association on Tuesday. Mark Vanderhelm, on the job for four months after previously managing renewables development for Exelon Corp. in Pennsylvania, provided the keynote for the AAEA's fourth annual Empowering Arkansas meeting and policy conference.

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