LA gas plant will switch to hydrogen: Environmentalists are worried

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The Scattergood power plant’s iconic red and white emissions stacks will be obsolete when it adds a hydrogen-burning unit in 2029. Photo by Caleigh Wells.

One of LA’s gas power plants will start burning hydrogen to meet clean energy goals. The controversial decision has some worried about air quality and explosion risks.

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