Consulting firm Energy Ventures Analysis on Dec. 6 released a new report sharply critical of the decision by the Tennessee Valley Authority to close coal-fired units at the Paradise and Widows Creek power plants.
The Sierra Club, which for years has pushed a Beyond Coal Campaign at governmental bodies, including state utilities commissions, said Dec. 6 that its latest tally shows that one-third of all coal-fired power plants in the country are now scheduled for retirement.
Saying that time-consuming new air analysis is needed, Florida Power & Light on Dec. 4 asked the Florida Public Service Commission to let it totally withdraw its plan to shut gas-fired capacity at three power plants and to add new gas capacity at two of those plants.
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