Study calls for a coal-fired power plant in Southcentral Alaska

Alaskan State legislators have been considering measures to address a fast approaching shortfall of Cook Inlet natural gas. One of those measures being considered is a new coal-fired power plant. Large-scale imported natural gas has been touted as a potential solution, but legislators learned last month that it will likely only start being available in 2030. Costs for consumers have been expected to increase substantially. UAF’s feasibility study published last week assumes that a coal power plant would be built off the contentious West Susitna Access Road near proven coal seams. And it assumes the plant would be fitted with […]

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