Ky. coal facility to undertake pollution controls worth $940M

A $940 million upgrade to improve emissions-reduction systems at LG&E's Mill Creek Generating Station in Louisville, Ky., is expected to be a boon to the state's coal industry, officials said. The project would create about 700 construction jobs. "This is another demonstration that you can use coal in an environmentally conscientious manner," said Len Peters, secretary of the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet.

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