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retirements

February 1, 2017

Indian Point, closest nuclear plant to New York City, set to retire by 2021


January 30, 2017

Natural gas-fired generating capacity likely to increase over next two years


January 11, 2017

Wholesale power prices in 2016 fell, reflecting lower natural gas prices


October 31, 2016

Fort Calhoun becomes fifth U.S. nuclear plant to retire in past five years


March 8, 2016

Coal made up more than 80% of retired electricity generating capacity in 2015


December 15, 2015

New database provides monthly inventory and status of U.S. electric generating plants


June 5, 2015

Proposed Clean Power Plan would accelerate renewable additions and coal plant retirements


March 10, 2015

Scheduled 2015 capacity additions mostly wind and natural gas; retirements mostly coal


February 2, 2015

New England generation fuel mix changes likely as Vermont Yankee nuclear plant retires


August 13, 2014

Steam coal imports remain down sharply from historic high in 2007


March 20, 2014

Planned coal-fired power plant retirements continue to increase


February 14, 2014

AEO2014 projects more coal-fired power plant retirements by 2016 than have been scheduled


September 6, 2013

Vermont Yankee nuclear plant closure in 2014 will challenge New England energy markets


July 2, 2013

Lower power prices and high repair costs drive nuclear retirements


July 27, 2012

27 gigawatts of coal-fired capacity to retire over next five years


December 13, 2011

Most generator retirements over the past decade were older natural gas-fired units


May 26, 2011

Coal likely to remain most prevalent fuel for electricity generation


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