Four energy policy activists who have helped communities fight transmission and frac sand projects in other states will be among speakers at SOUL’s ENERGY ACTION FAIR on April 27.
The ENERGY ACTION FAIR will be held from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Anjeros Grille in Mauston, WI. Citizens Energy Task Force (CETF) will be amongst the Information Booths hosted from 11 – 5. The event will also feature speakers from 1 to 3 p.m. and breakout workshops from 3 to 5 p.m. on topics including advocacy strategies and landowner rights. Click here for more details
“Rather than refute the Complaint, the Answer of Respondent Utilities’ adds to the evidence of a systemic electrical problem in moving forward with a radial line ending in La Crosse,”
Attorney Carol Overland, April 5 Motion to Answer
On March 21, 2013, utility and interested party responses poured in to counter claims and evidence cited in the Federal Energy Regulatory (FERC) complaint regarding CapX2020 instability. Attorney Carol Overland, who filed the complaint on behalf of Citizens Energy Task Force (CETF) and Save Our Unique Lands (SOUL), was not surprised. “We expected the arguments, allegations and diversions”, says Overland.
In addition to attempts to refute the instability issues, citizens were criticized for their refusal to give-up.
WE TAKE THIS AS A COMPLEMENT. click here for further information