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Reuters reported that a new Harvard study has measured the human health and environmental costs of coal production and consumption.

Reuters reported that a new Harvard study has measured the human health and environmental costs of coal production and consumption.

The market news is quoted as saying:

This study sets a new benchmark for a discussion of energy choices in this country. In addition to the lump sum costs, the paper breaks down what these ‘external’ costs borne by society would add to the cost of coal fired electricity, which would be roughly 9 -27 cents per kilowatt.

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