By Ethan Howland, Utility Dive on December 11, 2013
Joe Sullivan was quoted in this article which includes a snapshop at opportunities from coal retirements in Minnesota. Work conducted by WOW is also cited in this article.
Retirements loom large
No matter how much flexibiity EPA gives states in meeting a new carbon standard, the upcoming rules will likely spur another round of plant retirements, especially among smaller, older coal-fired facilities.
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