On April 22, lawmakers, scientists and bureaucrats met at the Missouri Energy Summit to discuss green alternatives that may be feasible for the state's large institutions, including "clean coal" use at MU. The main reason MU continues to use coal as a significant fuel source is to save money, according to the campus facilities Web site. MU saves $18 to $20 million annually when compared to the price of natural gas.
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