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Trump appointee says national security is a reason to keep uneconomic coal plants running

The new head of the nation’s top energy regulatory agency cited “national security” as a reason to keep uneconomic coal and nuclear power plants running, a refrain that has become increasingly common among Trump administration officials. Neil Chatterjee, who took over as chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) stated in a podcast released […]
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