Two Coal Plants Could Close Despite Opposition From Trump
Tuesday, 12 February 2019 () Despite opposition from U.S. President Donald Trump to closure of coal-fired power plants, the Tennessee Valley Authority is proposing to retire two coal plants by 2023, due to flat power demand challenging the coal plants’ profitability. According to the Tennessee Valley Authority’s (TVA) assessment, reported by Chattanooga Times Free Press, the Bull Run Fossil Plant in Oak Ridge and the Unit 3 generator at the Paradise Fossil Plant (PAF) in Kentucky should shut down. “Assets that have relatively high projected future maintenance…
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A federally owned utility that oversees power generation for a large part of the mid-South will proceed with closing two older coal plants despite opposition... Wall Street Journal Also reported by •NPR •Seattle Times
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Monday that the Tennessee Valley Authority, a U.S.-owned power generator, should consider the importance of... Firstpost Also reported by •NPR •Seattle Times •Reuters India