They’re here! The Clean Coal Technology. It Works. campaign’s two state-of-the-art mobile classrooms are rolling out and are on the road coming to a town near you soon. We’ve packed each with tons of interactive material that explain the history and future of clean coal technologies happening right here in the U.S.
Our second mobile classroom team is already wowing West Virginians, stopping by Beckley, W.V. Rep. Nick Rahall (D-WV), a member of the Congressional Coal Caucus, dropped by to see what clean coal technologies have done and will do in the future. Rahall and our team discussed how coal is vital to employment in West Virginia and makes electricity more affordable for the state’s working families.
After touring the classroom, Rep. Rahall said, “I am proud to represent coal which keeps the lights on in this country. It works.”
The first mobile classroom team joined up with Field Team 6 in Delaware County, OH, showing young students how clean coal technologies work:
We’ll be updating you over the next month on where the mobile classrooms have stopped and the exciting things they’re teaching everyone. To learn more about advanced clean coal technologies at work today, watch this video from Clean Skies Network which profiled American Electric Power’s Mountaineer Plant in West Virginia, where they’re testing a large-scale carbon capture and storage program.
To check up on where the mobile classrooms are stopped today, head to www.cleancoaltechnologyworks.org.