There are at least 15 clean coal technologies being used today by the coal fleet. All U.S. coal-fueled power plants use one or more of these technologies. By 2018, the coal fleet will have invested more than $127 billion in technologies to reduce air pollutants. This investment has reduced emissions of major pollutants by 92% per kilowatt-hour of electricity generated. ACCCE supports the deployment of advanced high efficiency, low emissions coal-fueled power plants, such as the ultra-supercritical John W. Turk Plant, which is the first of its kind to be built in the U.S.