Oct. 16 — Even now, with coal supplying one-third of the US’ power, UCS estimated more than 20 percent of existing coal power plants are “uneconomic” in today’s electricity market. They may face retirement before 2030. (That’s not including the 18 percent of the country’s existing coal capacity that is already announced for retirement or conversion to natural gas.)
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