Removing Coal from Energy Mix Could Mean 14,000 Deaths/Yr

April 2003
Power Engineering;Apr2003, Vol. 107 Issue 4, p8
Trade Publication
Deals with a research which examined the impact of stringent regulations that would displace coal as the primary fuel used for electricity generation on human mortality in the U.S. Number of premature adult deaths in a year from the removal of coal from energy mix; Impact of the regulations on minority households and small business owners; Authors of the research.


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