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Clean Coal Campaign Stops in Charlottesville

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The campaign's mobile classroom will be on display at the Virginia State Fair through the end of the week. The campaign's mobile classroom will be on display at the Virginia State Fair through the end of the week.

A group of ambassadors is traveling cross country to promote the use of clean coal electricity. The "Clean Coal Technology. It Works." campaign made a stop in Charlottesville on Monday.

It's spending the week at the Virginia State Fair showcasing the history of coal-based electricity while promoting a clean energy future.

American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity Communications Director Cullen West said, "Coal is affordable. It's abundant. It's domestic. We need to find ways to use it more efficiently, and through clean coal technology, we're able to do that."

The campaign's mobile classroom will be on display at the Virginia State Fair through the end of the week.

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