Photo Courtesy Sunflower Electric Power Corp. Utility's proposal would add 895- MW unit to the 362-MW Holcomb station. Related Links: Kansas Power Operator Will Challenge Air-Quality Decision Kansas Governor Vetoes Project A coal-fired powerplant project in Kansas that had been curtailed because of environment-based opposition has received a renewed lease on life with approval by the state's top environmental regulator. But the plant's opponents are not discouraged and cite many obstacles the project must overcome before ground can be broken.On May 30, the Kansas Dept. of Health and Environment (KDHE) issued the air-quality-permit addendum for the 895-MW Holcomb 2 powerplant
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