If pollution regulations go into effect to limit carbon emissions at coal-fired power plants, Kentuckians' power bills will increase 60 percent or more, a University of Kentucky engineer said Thursday. Ninety-two percent of the Bluegrass State's electricity is generated by burning coal, which releases extra carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. That's blamed in part for global warming.
New Air Pollution Rules Could be Costly
By Chuck Stinnett, The Gleaner • Nov 4, 2011