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PSEG Power Adds Momentum to the Pace of Coal Plant Retirements

PSEG Power is retiring two coal plants that generate about 1,200 megawatts of electrics on June 1, 2017. That's on top of the nearly 18,000 megawatts that was retired over the last year, which was older and mostly smaller units.
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