Sierra Club study finds big health, economic benefits in replacing Louisiana coal plants with clean energy

A new report from Sierra Club finds that retiring four of Louisiana’s coal burning units would save $1.1 billion, prevent 349 asthma attacks, and save 51 lives annually. Louisiana’s dirty coal plants only account for 8% of all electric generation in the state while contributing 99.7% of sulfur dioxide, 46% of nitrogen oxide, and 42%…

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