AEP: Plant changes could cost $8B, 600 jobs
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#1 Jun 12, 2011
Sounds to me like AEP has been just sitting back hoping that they could have their way with the rules and regulations again. AEP has had the opinion they're above the laws that everyone has to live by. Seems to me AEP could have been preparing their coal burning facilities to meet the guidelines for many years. Michael Morris could afford to finance the project himself. Has anyone seen his published annual salary? Wow.
#2 Jun 12, 2011
I know..sounds like I'm an AEP hater...but I am. What can I say. If you've been through what I have with AEP..you'd be a hater too!
#3 Jun 12, 2011
By the way I have nothing to do with the Ogle situation. What has happened to them is horrible. I wish them the best. Good luck to them.
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