Keeping global warming in check will demand a nationwide transformation to carbon-free energy across all tiers of society and industry. Perhaps nowhere is the struggle more pronounced than in Missouri, where coal, the dirtiest of fuels, still supplies nearly three-quarters of electricity. Cleaning up the power grid here will likely mean retiring coal plants early, saddling customers with hefty costs. Read the story.
With Coal’s Dominance in Missouri, Prospects of Clean Energy Transition Remain Uncertain
By Bryce Gray, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
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