Cleanest coal plant? Not so, study says

The Kansas City StarFebruary 10, 2011 

Supporters of the proposed Sunflower power plant have promised Kansans it will be the cleanest coal plant in the country.

It won’t, according to an analysis of pollution emissions of the nation’s other coal-fired units that was obtained by The Kansas City Star.

Indeed, hundreds of coal plants will have cleaner emissions of some pollutants than Sunflower Electric Power Corp.’s plant will have once it’s built, according to the report, which is expected to be released today

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