Pollution controls too costly for Ameren?

Rush Island power plant future uncertain


Rather than go ahead with an $833 million court-ordered anti-pollution project for its second largest coal-fired power plant, St. Louis based Ameren might simply shut down the place and put it into mothballs.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports experts contend the pollution controls will be too costly for the company.

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