Do coal plants have to pay money for their emissions?



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    It has been recognized across the board, even by politicians in big coal states, that power plants need to cut back on their emissions.

    There is this example of MSU and the TB Simon coal power plant having to pay $27,000 after it improperly emitted too much sulfur dioxide. The comment made around this amount fined by the Department of Natural Resources and Environment under the Environmental Protection Act, is that the amount is so low that the plant is better off just making the violation.

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