Electricity Costs Top Concern in Evaluating “Climate Action Plan”

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Consumer Group Warns of Economic Impact of Price Spikes

Houston, TX – Consumer Energy Alliance’s Executive VP Michael Whatley released the following reaction to the proposals outlined in President Obama’s “Climate Change Action Plan.”

“Any proposal needs to be evaluated in terms of its impacts on American energy consumers as electricity costs can be a major drag on both household budgets and the bottom lines of farms, factories and businesses.”

Michael Whatley is a former Staff Director and Chief Counsel for the Senate Subcommittee on Clean Air and Climate Change.

Consumer Energy Alliance will work with its over 300,000 grassroots members and 200 member companies in evaluating the proposal and making recommendations that best serve America’s energy consumers.