Forced coal plant closures put U.S. electric system at risk

Surging new demand is colliding with policy- driven power plant closures and mounting challenges to bring new resources and enabling infrastructure to the grid. As coal plant retirements accelerate due to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) regulatory agenda, new renewable energy and interstate transmission additions aren’t materializing to reliably meet existing power demand, much less rapid demand growth. There is a widening gap growing between the power supply the nation needs and what it will soon have. Shortages are imminent.

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