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Rule Requiring Installation of Pollution Controls on Back-up Generators Would Cost Iowa Cooperatives Big Money

The CEO of North Iowa Municipal Electric Cooperative objected to the rule because coop's members would have to pay more than $5 million to install catalyst technology on back-up units that run for a yearly average of 11 hours each.  Based on cost-benefit
April 4, 2011

The CEO of North Iowa Municipal Electric Cooperative objected to the rule because coop's members would have to pay more than $5 million to install catalyst technology on back-up units that run for a yearly average of 11 hours each.  Based on cost-benefit concerns like these, Governor Branstad vetoed the state rule.  Radio Iowa has the full story. 

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