One bad sign for the Kemper Project clean coal power plant is the recent turnover among engineers at the plant. The company has struggled to get the plant operational, with no end in sight to the delays. Engineers conceivably don’t want to be blamed for Kemper’s failings, even if they arrived with the project well under way. It’d be understandable that they don’t want the “scarlet letter” of Kemper’s myriad failures on their resumés.
Read Dan Zegart’s blog post regarding this “Brain Drain” here.