43 New Coal Plants Would Escape Climate Bill CO2 Standards | SolveClimate News
What happened to the 151 proposed coal plants? - SourceWatch
Long on marketing, short on information pertaining to how much cleaner than the average coal plant. It does have the advantage of operating from ONE coal source. Emissions out is highly dependent on how clean the fuel is, and if they have a consistent mix being burned, they can plan for it. Sulphur and CO2 are not the only nasty things coming out of the stacks.
Arsenic, lead, other heavy metals, cadmium, and even uranium is often found in coal, and those pollutants don't get consumed in the coal burning process, so all those things go out the stack...