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United States: DOE's Grid Resiliency Pricing Rule Offers Hope For Nearly Extinct Coal, Nuclear Plants - Holland & Knight

Mondaq Wednesday, 18 October 2017
The U.S. Department of Energy's recently-proposed grid resiliency rule offers new hope for nearly-extinct coal plants and endangered nuclear power plants operating in competitive organized wholesale power markets
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News video: Coal Plant Closures Continue

Coal Plant Closures Continue 00:37

on Friday, U.S. power firm Vistra Energy Corp said it would shut two coal-fired plants for economic reasons. The announcement came as closures in the industry continue despite environment regulator scott Pruitt saying he wanted to end the, quote, “war on coal.” Vistra’s subsidiary Luminant will...

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