U.S. greenhouse house gas emissions rise in 1999

Analysts at the U.S. Energy Information Administration said the increase was slightly lower than the 1.1% average annual increase that characterized total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions during the 1990s but significantly higher than the 0.1% growth between 1997-1998.

Nov. 3, 2000—U.S. power companies will commit $25 billion to install scrubbers to remove sulfur dioxide (SO2) at new and existing coal-fired plants over the next 9 years, predicts a Midwest consultant.

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