EPA to Tighten Rules for New Coal Plants
No later than this Friday, the EPA is required to put out a proposal with new requirements for dealing with greenhouse gas emissions from coal-fired power plants. While no one knows for sure what it's going to say, a rumor-consensus seems to be forming. Watch this video to find out what industry watchers expect to happen, and what companies are likely to be affected.
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