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Help Protect Reliable and Affordable Electrify in Missouri

The future of reliable and affordable electricity is at risk. On April 25, 2024, the EPA released its long-anticipated final rules aimed at existing coal and new natural gas power plants. In   a nutshell, this rule will shut down the very power plants in rural Missouri that provide your homes and businesses with electricity. It will also make it difficult and expensive to build   new generation to replace these closed plants.

EPA wants electricity production to become a carbon-free power sector by 2035. In Missouri, our electricity is generated by a host of different sources. This mix of coal, natural gas, wind and hydro all play a role in working together to keep your lights on every time you flip that switch.

We have watched other states shut down coal and natural gas plants without having an alternative and reliable baseload of electricity. As you can imagine, when the sun isn’t shining and the wind isn’t blowing, their electricity isn’t flowing.

The nation’s grid watchdog, the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC), recently forecasted that over the next five years, all or parts of 19 states are at high risk of rolling blackouts during normal conditions. The EPA’s final rule will only make energy reliability worse, not better.

Congress needs to know this and help keep Missouri’s lights on. The White House has the power to stop this rule, but we need your help! Visit 4energyreliability.com to send a letter to your representatives in Washington, D.C., asking them to stop the EPA from harming your family and community. 



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