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October 12, 2016 | Legal Document

The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio

In the matter of the Applicant Ohio Edison Company , the Cleveland Eelectric Illuminating Company, and the Toledo Edison Company for authority to provide for a standard service offer persuant to R.C. 4928.143 in the form of an Electric Security Plan. On rehearing, the Commission finds that the Companies' Proposal to modify Rider RRS should not be adopted and that the Staff's alternative proposal to establish Rider DMR should be adopted. Further, the Commission makes additional modifications to the Stipulations approved by the Commission to ensure that the Stipulations, as a package, benefit ratepayers and the public interest and that the Stipulatioiis violate no important regulatory principles or practices.  

September 27, 2016 | Legal Document

Proposed Consent Decree (Mill Creek)

If approved by the Court, this settlement will resolve the active lawsuit between the two organizations over discharged water at LG&E’s Mill Creek Generating Station under a permit issued by the Kentucky Division of Water.

September 21, 2016 | Legal Document

Comments on MDEQ’s Sulfur Dioxide One-Hour National Ambient Air Quality Standard State Implementation Plan Submitted to EPA for Approval

Please accept these comments submitted on behalf of Sierra Club and Earthjustice regarding the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality’s (“MDEQ’s”) Sulfur Dioxide One-Hour National Ambient Air Quality Standard State Implementation Plan (“Submitted NSIP” or “Plan”), submitted to EPA on May 31, 2016 for approval and amended with an addendum on June 30, 2016. The Plan is required to address the portion of Wayne County that has been designated as out of attainment (“nonattainment area”) with the 1-hour sulfur dioxide (“SO2”) National Ambient Air Quality Standards (“NAAQS”). MDEQ’s Plan falls short of bringing the area into attainment, and does not require enforceable, sufficient reduction in actual SO2 emissions from major sources in the area. As a result, EPA must deny approval of the Submitted NSIP.

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