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US Energy Company: Cleaner Technologies Make Good Business Sensei
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Brian Padden
June 12, 2014 10:36 PM
Even before the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released its proposed rules this month for reducing carbon emissions from the nation’s power plants, energy companies began converting older plants to cleaner technologies because they think it makes economic sense. VOA’s Brian Padden visited the Bremo Power plant in Virginia, which has converted itself from the state's oldest coal burning facility to one powered by natural gas.

US Energy Company: Cleaner Technologies Make Good Business Sense

Brian Padden

Published June 12, 2014

Even before the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released its proposed rules this month for reducing carbon emissions from the nation’s power plants, energy companies began converting older plants to cleaner technologies because they think it makes economic sense. VOA’s Brian Padden visited the Bremo Power plant in Virginia, which has converted itself from the state's oldest coal burning facility to one powered by natural gas.


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