Cutting Pollution From U.S. Power Plants Cheaper Than You ThinkBy
Costs may fall even with significant shift to wind and solar
New transmission to provide `interstate highway for electrons'
Cutting global-warming pollution in the U.S. may not be so costly after all.
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