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Has the EPA Clean Power Plan initiated a new round of near-term coal plant retirements?

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The EPA's proposed Clean Power Plan (CPP) may already be having an impact in the near-term, namely the “unexpected” announced closures or natural gas conversions of several coal-fired generators, with owners specifically referencing carbon regulations in several instances.  This Insight summarizes some of these actions and explores whether or not there could be more near-term coal retirements as a result of the CPP, with particular focus on a group of Texas coal plants.

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  • Figure 1 Potential incremental coal capacity that could forego MATS retrofits and retire or refuel in the near-term

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