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The Baseload Party Is Over For Key Coal-Fired Plants In Texas

Originally published on IEEFA. By David Schlissel One of the points we touched on a few weeks ago when we reported on the declining role of coal-fired electricity plants in Texas is that they aren’t the baseload workhorses they used to be. Our report—“The Beginning of the End: Fundamental Changes in Energy Markets Are Undermining [&hellip The Baseload Party Is Over For Key Coal-Fired Plants In Texas was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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