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Power grid operator offers alternatives to natural gas plant at higher cost

The manager of California’s electric grid told state regulators that clean energy could be substituted for a proposed natural gas plant in Ventura County but at a higher cost. A 46-page report issued late Wednesday by the California Independent System Operator offered three alternatives to building...
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