Kentucky State University Plant
From Global Energy Monitor
The Kentucky State University Plant in Frankfort, Kentucky, contains 40MMBtu/hr and 20MMBtu/hr coal fired boilers for heating, built in 1977.
- "Air Quality Permit", Commonwealth of Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet, March 31, 2009.
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