Illinois’ first clean coal project faces judgement day

St. Louis Today: Backers and critics of the proposed Taylorville Energy Center are ratcheting up campaigns to win legislative support as Illinois' first clean-coal project faces judgment day in Springfield. Planning for the $3.5 billion clean-coal plant in Christian County has been ongoing for years, and work is finally scheduled to begin in mid-2011. First, the Legislature must give its OK - for a second time. The Legislature is being asked to approve above-market prices for electricity produced at Taylorville,......

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