July 15, 2024

coal retirements

Arizona Public Service
APS IRP Envisions Increased Renewables, Natural Gas

Arizona Public Service has filed a 15-year resource plan that lays out a strategy for meeting increasing demand and replacing capacity lost from its coal plant exit.

House Energy and Commerce Committee
ISO/RTO Execs Talk Reliability and Resource Mix at House Hearing

Senior executives from all seven ISO/RTOs discussed how the changing resource mix is impacting reliability.

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Regan: New EPA Standards Designed to not Jeopardize Grid Reliability
The EPA administrator said his agency’s proposed CO2 emission standards for power plants target “the most egregious sources” without compromising reliability.
Kentucky Law Raises Hurdle for Fossil Fuel Generation Retirements
Newly enacted legislation could make it more difficult for Kentucky regulators to approve retirements of fossil fuel generators or replace them with renewables.
Xcel Energy
Xcel Energy to Quit Burning Coal in 2030
Xcel Energy said that it will cease to deal in coal nationwide by 2030 with the accelerated retirement of a Texas coal plant.
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OMS RA Summit Confronts Midwestern Supply Squeeze
State regulatory staff and MISO executives found no easy answers to solve a burgeoning reliability crisis after converging for a resource adequacy summit.
The Pew Charitable Trust
Washington Agencies Adopt New Rules to Implement CETA
Two Washington agencies said they reached a “major milestone” in nailing down new rules to implement the state’s 2019 Clean Energy Transformation Act.
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Need for Nuclear, Grid Reliability Top Fed Officials’ Concerns
Officials from the departments of Energy and Defense expressed their concerns about the growing threats to the grid at a D.C. forum.
Nonprofits Urge TVA to Reconsider Gas-fired Options
Clean energy orgs, nonprofits and social justice groups called on the TVA to reconsider its plan to build a natural gas plant to replace its largest coal plant.
DTE Energy
MISO Bolstering Generation Retirement Studies Amid Capacity Shortage
MISO is proposing a makeover of its generator retirement studies that includes more notice and stiffer adherence to local reliability requirements.

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