Going Green Means Taking Down the King of Coal

Westword | April 27, 2009
The general manager of Colorado's largest electricity cooperative believes that coal will keep electric bills cheap. But with cheap and easily accessible coal getting harder to come by and politicians considering a hefty carbon tax on fossil fuels, critics say a new coal plant could end up being a multimillion-dollar liability.


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