E.P.A. Is Expected to Set Limits on Greenhouse Gas Emissions by New Power Plants

Howard Herzog looks at how the new EPA rules might impact coal plants, via The New York Times

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Howard Herzog looks at how the new EPA rules might impact coal plants compared to natural gas. He shows that even the most efficient coal power plants would likely not meet EPA’s new standards, while natural gas plants could easily reach even tougher standards.

Read the full story: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/14/us/epa-is-expected-to-set-limits-on-greenhouse-gas-emissions-by-new-power-plants.html?ref=michaelwines&_r=0