From coal to clean: How utilities can manage the inevitable financial transition
Declining economics mean at least 36 gigawatts (GW) of coal generation will close by 2024, and by 2030, 100 percent of U.S. coal capacity will have higher long-term operating costs than renewables. Billions of utility investments are tied up in old coal plants that can't compete on price with new wind and solar — so how can regulated utilities manage the financial impacts of this transition?
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