There are still quite a few coal fire power plants left in the UK, however it is declining. There are about 19 coal fired power plants which are still left in the UK.
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There are at least 600 coal fired power plants in the US, providing 31.2% of U.S. electric capacity (as of 2005).
There were 1493 coal fueled power plants in the United States in 2006. They produce about 50% of the country's electricity.
there are 139 in the world
Power plants fired by coal produce many pollutants (SOx, NOx, radiation, particulate, mercury etc.) the amounts vary by the size and fuel used at the site (not all coal produced the same contaminants). See the Links for data on typical coal plants.
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As of November 2013, there are only 589 coal power plants in North America.
The most significant resource that a coal fired power station uses is of course coal. Coal is a non renewable natural resource and mining of coal has significant negative effects. In many cases coal is mined in sensitive grassland and wetland habitats - causing significant water pollution. Power stations also rely on large amounts of freshwater in the cooling towers as part of the power production process.
The most recent demographic information indicates that there are 589 active coal power plants in the United States. Coal produces 57 percent of the United States' electric power.
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There are none, Because we use coal or gasoline to power our generators.