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Illinois gets its first look at clean energy cannibalism

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06 June 2016

Illinois gets its first look at clean energy cannibalism

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Low gas prices and incentivized renewables have been chasing coal plants into retirement for several years. Ironically, it now appears that this transformation of the energy landscape is poised to cannibalize some of the existing low carbon fleet as well.

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  • Illinois gets its first look at clean energy cannibalism

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  • 2015 Daily Average Wind and Nuclear Generation in MISO Central/North and PJM

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