The power grid of the future, as laid out by the White House in a historic proposal to cut carbon emissions last year, will look very different from today’s. By 2030, half of Texas’ coal-fired plants will be closed, traded in for wind turbines, solar panels and natural gas-fired plants if all goes to plan.

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