Colorful, isn’t it?
But it’s not art. It’s a train wreck.
It’s the slide Lyle Witham used to open his Dec. 2 presentation to the North Dakota Rural Electric Cooperative Attorneys Association at the North Dakota Association of Rural Electric Cooperatives in Mandan, ND.
Known around the co-op family as the “train wreck slide,” the jumble of lines, dates and rules illustrates the sheer volume of regulations proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Why should cooperatives care? Witham, Basin Electric’s manager of environmental services, explains in the video below.
Learn more about the onslaught of EPA regulations and their potential impacts to cooperatives:
The EPA was also a hot topic at Basin Electric’s annual meeting: