Mark Klinedinst has written a piece on the big fight against one of the largest utilities in the country, the Southern Company, to save poor people from having to spend billions on a boondoggle. The paper can be found here (Corporate Walkover in Progress: The Case of the Southern Company’s “Clean Coal” Plant in Mississippi). Mark was covered by the New York Times on the the issue.
Here is the story:
Here is The Kemper Coal Files Timeline (with hundreds of pages of documents, including recorded calls, and 70 pages of explanatory annotations):
Here is the The Kemper Coal Files Facebook Page where people can receive updates as we add documents:
Here is The Kemper Coal Files Twitter Page where people can receive updates as we add document:
Here is a Primer on “Clean Coal”:

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