Cheap, Clean Coal: Ain't Clean – and it Ain't Cheap, Either

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“… coal is one of the most expensive options to meet energy needs. And the only way a ratepayer, regulator, or investor will put money into a new coal plant is if they’re fooled into thinking that coal is cheap.”

That quote didn’t come from some trenchant critic of the climate change denial movement (from someone like me), it came from Public Utilities Fortnightly, as quoted on the Coal-is-Dirty.com. Check out Mark Kersowik’s whole post here.

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