Coal Plants’ Victory Over EPA Is Muted by Low Gas PricesMark Drajem and Julie Johnsson
Southern Co., Edison International and rival power companies won a legal fight with the Environmental Protection Agency, gaining more time and leeway to cut pollution from burning coal. The bigger challenges from cheap natural gas may make it a muted victory.
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