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How much nitrogen oxide (NOx) is released from burning natural gas?

Nitrogen oxide (NOx) is an acid-rain forming waste product emitted when natural gas is burned in power plants to make electricity. For every gigawatt hour (GWh) of electricity generated, natural gas plants emit about 2,136 pounds of NOx.

 

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