Clearing the Skies
Conventional air pollutants are reduced by coal-to-gas switching.
Natural gas produces less than half the CO2 of coal to generate electricity, but this is not its only environmental advantage. Compared to coal, natural gas produces much lower levels of conventional air pollutants, such as sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, particulate matter, and mercury. Thus, regions with high coal use and serious air pollution problems can “clear the skies” by switching from coal to USLNG.
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