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Emissions rise from the Duke Energy Corp. coal-fired Asheville Power Plant ahead of Hurricane Florence in Arden, North Carolina, U.S., on Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018. Hurricane Florence’s wrath hit the North Carolina coast, but the full effects of the storm, still centered 100 miles from shore, are yet to come. Photographer: Charles Mostoller/Bloomberg
Emissions rise from the Duke Energy Corp. coal-fired Asheville Power Plant ahead of Hurricane Florence in Arden, North Carolina, U.S., on Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018. Hurricane Florence’s wrath hit the North Carolina coast, but the full effects of the storm, still centered 100 miles from shore, are yet to come. Photographer: Charles Mostoller/Bloomberg

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