Sierra Club, Alliant Helping Clean Wisconsin's Dirty Air
It's been a rough year for clean air in Wisconsin, so hats off to Alliant Energy and The Sierra Club for working towards a settlement with the EPA that will help scrub more coal pollution from the air we all breathe.
Alliant Energy Corp. of Madison will shut down a coal-fired power plant in southwestern Wisconsin while adding pollution controls to a plant in Sheboygan to keep it running, the company announced Friday.The Sierra Club was instrumental in getting the stinky Charter St. coal-fired plant shut down in Madison as well.
The company announced a $1.4 billion strategy for the power plants owned by its Madison utility, Wisconsin Power & Light Co., that will see the utility rely more on natural gas to generate electricity than it does today...
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