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Industry Split on Trump's Plan to Rescue Uneconomic Coal and Nuclear Plants
Industry Segment: Power | Word Count: 1332 Words
SUGAR LAND--June 13, 2018--Written by John Egan for Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--The Trump administration's controversial plan to keep uneconomic coal and nuclear power plants running is unnecessary, unprecedented, possibly illegal, and could drive utility bills up by billions of dollars per year. Or it could be the far-sighted policy breakthrough that preserves U.S. energy security and national security. A lot could depend on whether there are power emergencies this summer--and whether you work for coal or nuclear interests, or oil, natural gas, renewable energy or environmental organizations.
Within this article: Reactions from leading companies and energy providers across the U.S. on how the Trump administration's proposal would affect power generation and consumption.
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