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Topic - Laura Sheehan
She said such impacts will only increase as more coal units are retired, especially next spring, the deadline for complying with the mercury standard.
Laura Sheehan, senior vice president of communications for the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity, said that due in part to regulations like the one in Tuesday's ruling, almost 300 coal-fueled generating units in 33 states have announced they will shut down, costing the electricity sector roughly $200 billion in compliance costs and destroying at least 544,000 jobs.