Open Air: Several Wyoming coal-fired power plants may go offline sooner than planned. What should be done?
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Open Air: Several Wyoming coal-fired power plants may go offline sooner than planned. What should be done?

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Dave Johnson Power Plant

An operator sits at his station in the control room May 16, 2017 at Dave Johnston Power Plant in Glenrock.

Several Wyoming coal-fired power plants may go offline sooner than planned. What should be done?

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