500 members in Cass County Electric Cooperative’s service territory have already contacted the EPA in protest of its proposed “All-but-one” approach to energy. The EPA’s strict new regulations on carbon dioxide emissions would mean the cost of producing electricity from coal-based plants would escalate dramatically. We are grateful so many members have already begun to take action by contacting the EPA, as limiting this affordable energy resource could have dire consequences – including higher electricity bills. But we don’t want to stop at 500.
Would you be willing to write one email if you knew it might affect your future costs of electricity from Cass County Electric Cooperative? Join us in voicing concerns about these new regulations to the EPA. You can go to either http://www.action.coop or http://www.tellepa.com to send a message: Keep electricity affordable.