Category Archives: Coal Retirement

‘Air of Inevitability’ & coal plant updates

As a follow up to my last post, I realize the key issue that has changed, as heralded by Obama’s State of the Union address, is an ‘air of inevitability’ for coal emissions regulations. ¬†What would motivate an industry executive … Continue reading

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State of the Union: Let’s have a win-win climate change conversation

When the words, “no area holds more promise than our investments in American energy” rang out during the State of the Union address, I, for one, was energized. Obama’s second major topic¬† from his grand podium last night was climate … Continue reading

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EPA decision on the Navajo Generating Station: Regulate for the real reason

The EPA is playing a very significant role in shaping our resource portfolio, especially when you think in terms of capacity affected – i.e. residential solar legislation is awesome, but it takes a ton of effort to impact the grid … Continue reading

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