U.S. Chamber of Commerce link


Partnership for a Better Energy Future launch video


The Partnership for a Better Energy Future is leading the business and industrial community in support of a unified strategy and message in response to the Administration’s greenhouse gas (GHG) regulatory agenda. This agenda is just underway and will ultimately extend to nearly every sector of the industrial economy, from refining to manufacturing to agriculture and mining. To this end, the Partnership’s fundamental mission is to ensure the continued availability of reliable and affordable energy for American families and businesses. For more information, visit www.betterenergyfuture.org.

Energy Works For US Launch


EPA Listening Session - Pikesville, Ky

After EPA failed to hold a listening session on upcoming electricity regulations in his home state of Kentucky, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has decided to take matters into his by holding one of his own tomorrow. Kentucky is reliant on coal for much of its electricity, and families, consumers, and businesses could be severely hurt by the regulations under review. 
Kentucky is not alone—EPA held 11 listening sessions, but not one of them was in any of the ten states most reliant on coal for electricity.
To make your voice heard on this topic too, take action at http://www.energyxxi.org/epa-public-outreach.