ERCC's chief mission is to provide consumers across the United States with access to reliable, affordable, and environmentally responsible power. 

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July 8, 2014
ERCC Request for Extended Comment Period for Carbon Pollution Emission Guidelines for Existing Stationary Sources
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July 24, 2014

What is ERCC?

The Electric Reliability Coordinating Council is a broad-based coalition of energy companies committed to the continued viability of diverse, affordable and reliable electric power supply in the United States. Our members include some of the major electric utilities companies in the country, who all possess the shared belief that coal-based energy should play an important role as our nation moves toward a clean energy future.

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ERCC - Media Center

Media Center

June 2, 2014

ERCC executive director Scott Segal statement on EPA rule for existing coal-fired power plants

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September 20, 2013
Electric Reliability Coordinating Council Reacts to the EPA Proposal on Carbon Emissions from New Coal-Fired Power Plants
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Our Mission

Our Mission

ERCC's chief mission is to provide consumers across the United States with access to reliable, affordable, and environmentally responsible power.

ERCC seeks to bring key industry players together to examine the impact of new regulations on consumers, industry and manufacturers, with attention paid to the impact on industrial employment, increased electricity costs, and reliability.

ERCC aims to work with the Federal and state governments to develop sensible regulations that have significant environmental benefits, while promoting jobs and ensuring a continuation of reliable and affordable power.

ERCC's members endeavor to continue to reduce emissions, while increasing capacity to meet the growing needs of the United States.