More Coal Proposals Nixed Amid Pollution Worries
Regulators approved 150 coal plant projects between 2000 and 2006. But worries about global warming, increased regulatory attention and the growing backing behind renewable energy sources have all worked to push coal plants back to the sidelines, according to SourceWatch.com, the Center for Media and Democracy's portal for public agenda issues.
SourceWatch reviewed a number of databases maintained by organizations including the Department of...
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