Newsletter | May 12, 2005

5.12.05 --- America's 50 Dirtiest Power Plants
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America's 50 Dirtiest Power Plants Emit Up To 20 Times More Pollution Than Plants With State-Of-Art Controls

The American electric utility industry has a dirty secret: The 50 dirtiest among the nation's 359 largest power plants generate as little as 14 percent of the electric power - but account for a disproportionately large share of pollution emissions across four major categories...

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