Environment, Education, Energy: Policy to People

“Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co. Makes Plans If Court Declines Regional Haze Review”

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Regional Haze Rule would force large coal-fired power plants to install expensive air scrubbers or shut down. OG&E fought the rule every step of the way, but is assessing its options if the U.S. Supreme Court won’t hear its case.

The parent company of Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co. plans to use a state law to recover environmental compliance costs from customers if it loses a case awaiting possible review at the U.S. Supreme Court, executives at OGE Energy Corp. said Tuesday.

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