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Perhaps the most important impact from today’s Environmental Protection Agency announcement will be the sparking of a national conversation about future US energy supplies, a conversation renewables are poised to win, says Peter Kelley, the American Wind Energy Association’s vice president for public affairs.

Rules 'to spark US energy debate'

Perhaps the most important impact from today’s Environmental Protection Agency announcement will be the sparking of a national conversation about future US energy supplies, a conversation renewables are poised to win, says Peter Kelley, the American Wind Energy Association’s vice president for public affairs.

Perhaps the most important impact from today’s Environmental Protection Agency announcement will be the sparking of a national conversation about future US energy supplies, a conversation renewables are poised to win, says Peter Kelley, the American Wind Energy Association’s vice president for public affairs.