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Cleaning Up Coal-Fired Power Plants

The Latest On: Cleaning Up Coal-Fired Power Plants

June 30, 2014 | Legal Document

Court Filing: Clean Air Groups Challenge Deficient Pennsylvania Haze Plan

Conservation groups filed a lawsuit today challenging the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) approval of Pennsylvania’s deficient plan to reduce air pollution. The Commonwealth’s regional haze plan requires no emission reductions from any of its 33 coal-fired power plants or factories, the major sources of hazy, unhealthful air in our parks and neighborhoods.

May 20, 2014 | Letter

Letter to the New York State Public Service Commission

In the face of strong opposition from environmental groups opposed to the prospect of restarting coal-fired power generation at the Danskammer plant in the Mid-Hudson Valley, Helios Power Capital said in a letter to the New York Public Service Commission that it is “unnecessary” to use coal at the plant and that the company has “no intention to do so.”