By Jason Fordney Environmental groups last week cheered NRG Energy’s announcement that it will retire three gas-fired plants in Southern California. But while the company’s GenOn subsidiary has filed paperwork to shut down the units, recent market dynamics could keep them online if they’re required for reliability. NRG on Feb.
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