Coal plants are facing a series of EPA regulations that are requiring owners to invest in pollution controls or shutter aging plants. The new standards apply to about 1,400 coal and oil-fired generating units at 600 power plants, reports Bloomberg.

Following an April decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit to uphold the Environmental Protection Agency’s standards for curbing mercury and toxic air pollution from power plants, 21 states and members of the industry, including the National Mining Association,...


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