Coal-fired power plants, such as this South Carolina facility, are the target of new EPA regulations. The rules are intended to curb greenhouse gas pollution from coal plants, leading sources of carbon dioxide.
Coal-fired power plants, such as this South Carolina facility, are the target of new EPA regulations. The rules are intended to curb greenhouse gas pollution from coal plants, leading sources of carbon dioxide. Sammy Fretwell/The State Sammy Fretwell/The State
Coal-fired power plants, such as this South Carolina facility, are the target of new EPA regulations. The rules are intended to curb greenhouse gas pollution from coal plants, leading sources of carbon dioxide. Sammy Fretwell/The State Sammy Fretwell/The State

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