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Going Green, Carbon Caps and the Cost of Electricity

The Sound of Ideas
Wednesday, April 22, 2009 at 9:00 am
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Climate change can make for strange bedfellows with Republicans and Democrats joining hands when they are from states like Ohio that are heavily dependent on coal powered utilitity plants. Democratic Sen. Sherrod Borwn, like GOP Sen. George Voinovich, says residents and manufacturers could get hit by exorbitant electricity prices from proposals to cap carbon dioxide emissions. Brown wants government aid to help private business adopt green technologies. Can we clean the air, save jobs and keep electricity affordable? Join us Tuesday morning at 9.


US Senator Sherrod Brown
David Kreutzer Senior Policy Analyst in Energy Economics and Climate Change, Center for Data Analysis, Heritage Foundation
Amy Gomberg Program Director, Environment Ohio
John Mitterholzer Cleveland Carbon Fund

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