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Letter to the editor: Electricity rule would cost Ohioans
Energy

Letter to the editor: Electricity rule would cost Ohioans

COLUMBUS — “As Ohioans look forward to the holidays, surely the last thing they want to learn is that Washington is weighing a proposal that could hike their electricity bills. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is considering a new policy that would increase electric bills by up to 10 […]

Letter: Taxpayers shouldn’t prop up FirstEnergy
FirstEnergy / Ohio Utility Bailouts

Letter: Taxpayers shouldn’t prop up FirstEnergy

COLUMBUS — “Ohio’s legislators just shot down a measure that would have increased electricity rates so utility giants could bolster their finances and credit ratings. The state’s regulators should do the same. FirstEnergy and other utilities in recent years have made numerous bad business decisions, particularly their investments in old […]

Letter to the editor: Embrace renewable energy
Coal / Energy / FirstEnergy

Letter to the editor: Embrace renewable energy

STOW — “Our children and grandchildren should not have to grow up in an increasing polluted world. We want less pollution for them, along with lower energy costs. Long ago, when coal was discovered to be the best option for heating and power, we didn’t even know what cars, planes […]

Letter to the editor: Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s rules too weak
Energy / FirstEnergy

Letter to the editor: Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s rules too weak

PORT  CLINTON — “FirstEnergy Nuclear Operating Company (FENOC) spokeswoman Jennifer Young was quoted as saying “All the big investments that are needed to extend Davis-Besse’s life have been completed already.” But this is only because the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s (NRC) safety standards are so dangerously weak, despite lessons that […]