Saskatchewan's provincially owned utility is set to deliver a reality check for the notion that the world can increasingly rely on coal-fired electricity, while aggressively battling climate change.
At a board meeting later this month, SaskPower directors will decide whether to proceed with a $2-billion clean-coal plant, one of the world's first commercial-scale, coal-fired power plants that would produce virtually no greenhouse gas emissions.
The Green Party position is that "clean coal" is an oxymoron, so they will be against this. But I am interested in what rational people think about this.
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