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In the U.S., Plans to Build New Gas-Fired Power Plants Still Trail Renewables

In the U.S., Plans to Build New Gas-Fired Power Plants Still Trail Renewables

May 15, 2024--Written by John Egan for Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Hundreds of U.S. power generation projects are scheduled to begin construction between January 2024 and December 2026, and the overwhelming majority of them are non-emitting renewable projects, such as solar, wind, and pumped storage hydropower. As such, developers appear not to be heeding the calls of utilities, reliability organizations and regional grid operators to add more dispatchable generation, such as gas-fired generation, in order to better balance resource portfolios that have become heavily oriented to renewables in recent years.

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