A new report has been released providing further evidence that Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius made the right decision in vetoing a Bill calling for the expansion of coal-fired electricity generation in that State.
The report, prepared by financial research firm Innovest Strategic Value Advisors, concludes that the proposed coal-fired plant in Kansas could end up costing consumers between $22.4 million and $51.6 million annually.
Innovest found that:
Even in the face of this recent study and the well-documented negative environmental impacts of coal-fired electrical generation, State legislators have already introduced a second bill trying to ramrod through the expansion proposal.
Check out Solve Climate for an in-depth look at the Innovest report.