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senate Bill S. 1934

Alaska Remote Generator Reliability and Protection Act

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  • Not enacted
    The President has not signed this bill
  • The house Rejected December 21st, 2018
    Roll Call Vote 202 Yea / 171 Nay
  • The senate Passed December 4th, 2018
    Passed by Voice Vote
      senate Committees
      Committee on Environment and Public Works
      Clean Air and Nuclear Safety
    IntroducedOctober 5th, 2017

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Title

Alaska Remote Generator Reliability and Protection Act

Official Title

A bill to prevent catastrophic failure or shutdown of remote diesel power engines due to emission control devices, and for other purposes.

Summary

Alaska Remote Generator Reliability and Protection Act This bill directs the Environmental Protection Agency to repeal certain regulations regarding particulate matter emissions standards for nonemergency stationary diesel engines in remote areas of Alaska. Any revision of regulations applicable to stationary diesel engines in remote areas of Alaska that requires emission control devices must occur in consultation with the Department of Energy and may not negatively affect energy reliability in remote areas of Alaska.
    It’s not like there are other solutions to fix the energy problem for every location around the world. They should be recycled batteries or possibly hydroelectricity... Take a look at the Hornsdale Power Reserve and the PG&E deal with TSLA
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