Coal’s future dims as new regulations pile on and former defenders retreat

Politico | Apr. 26, 2024

Now the U.S. has a fleet of aging power plants that are slipping toward retirement — pushed on their way by persistent legal pressure from environmentalists who are hailing the new regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency. “This does mark an important inflection point,” said Mary Anne Hitt, who was head of the Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal Campaign spent years stopping new coal plants from being built and forcing others to close.

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