Harvard Medical School Study Assigns Numbers to Additional Costs from Coal (not paid for)

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From this report’s conclusion, “…the true monetizable costs could be as much as the upper bounds of $523.3 billion, adding close to 26.89¢/kWh. These and the more difficult to quantify externalities are borne by the general public.”




Full cost accounting for the life cycle of coal

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