Kentucky gets more than 90 percent of its electricity from plants fired by coal, such as Kentucky Utilities' E.W. Brown Generating Station in Burgin. The plant also includes a hydroelectric plant and combustion turbines, most of which use natural gas or fuel oil, KU says.
Kentucky gets more than 90 percent of its electricity from plants fired by coal, such as Kentucky Utilities' E.W. Brown Generating Station in Burgin. The plant also includes a hydroelectric plant and combustion turbines, most of which use natural gas or fuel oil, KU says.
Kentucky gets more than 90 percent of its electricity from plants fired by coal, such as Kentucky Utilities' E.W. Brown Generating Station in Burgin. The plant also includes a hydroelectric plant and combustion turbines, most of which use natural gas or fuel oil, KU says.

Proposed cuts to carbon emissions bring costs, benefits and a lot of unknowns for Kentucky

June 02, 2014 06:33 PM