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Michael Bloomberg will spend $500 million to close coal-fired power plants

engadget Friday, 7 June 2019
Michael Bloomberg is pledging $500 million to close every coal-fired power plant in the US and to halt the growth of natural gas. According to The New York Times, the money will go towards a new Beyond Coal initiative. It will be spent over the next...
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News video: Michael Bloomberg Will Donate $500 Million To Help Close All Remaining U.S. Coal Plants

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Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg will donate $500 million to fund a new initiative to shut down every remaining coal-fired power plant in America by 2030. Bloomberg's foundation saying it is a high-powered effort to counter the pro-fossil fuel agenda emanating from the White...

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