Wednesday, February 3, 2016

America's Power Plant Problem

More than 200 out of the 523 coal-fired power plants that were in operation five years ago are now closed or slated for closure. What should we do with them? The English Station coal-fired power plant sits on eight acres of land on Ball Island, a large chunk of property that nearly stretches from riverbank to riverbank in the middle of the Mill River in New Haven, Connecticut.

Read more at Pacific Standard
(Hat tip: KimR)


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