By 2020, an Estimated 150 Gigawatts of Fossil Plants Will Be Retired Since 2010

According to PacifiCorp, fossil power plants cost more to operate than to shutdown and replace. Even though the White House has planned efforts to support coal, the coal power is no longer cost-effective. Closing the fossil plants, although supports clean air regulations, presents power generation shortfalls for many power utilities forcing them to look for other renewable energy sources, such as, natural gas, wind, solar, energy storage, etc.

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