Iowa State University”s power plant will begin phasing out the burning of coal.  In order to meet more stringent EPA emission standards and the demands from the university community to use cleaner fuel alternatives, the ISU power plant is proactively moving towards fuel diversity for its operations.  They plan to use the two newest and most efficient boilers for burning coal and biomass, but will switch the three oldest to burning natural gas.  However, it is unknown when the proposed changes will…