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Published on May 2, 2011
The America's Power Clean Coal mobile classroom was on display at the Twin Rivers Festival in McNab, Arkansas on day four of our tour through the state. More than forty local residents toured the classroom throughout the day. Local officials, including McNab mayor James T. Conway and SWEPCO employees came aboard the classroom and had their questions about clean coal technologies answered. The ultra-supercritical Turk power plant, currently in construction, located less than two miles away from the festival provided the backdrop for today. More than a dozen people, currently employed by the construction companies building the plant came through for a tour of the mobile classroom. It became evident how much of an economic impact this plant will have on the local economy. Local citizens learned more about the carbon capture and storage technology being developed and how these practices will dramatically reduce the amount of carbon dioxide emissions from the power plant. America's Power Clean Coal mobile classroom truly appreciates the opportunity to discuss the future of America's most abundant energy source with the citizens of McNab, Arkansas and the surrounding community.