Managing The Utility Financial Transition From Coal To Clean

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Fossil fuel power plants are quickly becoming uneconomical compared to cheaper clean energy generation. More than 15 gigawatts (GW) of U.S. coal-fired power capacity is expected to close in 2018, and at least 36 GW of coal-fired capacity is forecast…

Steel For Fuel: How Utilities Can Replace Fossil Fuel Expenses With Renewables Earning Potential

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EI’s Mike O’Boyle outlines the “steel for fuel” strategy of swapping out coal for renewables while hitting the sweet spot on risk, return, and scale for utility customers and investors.

Black Hills Energy Proposes Coal Plant Purchase Amid Ongoing Closures

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Analysis by EI’s Megan Mahajan is quoted in an article discussing a utility’s proposed coal plant purchase despite unfavorable economics.