Thursday, June 21, 2012

"New Jersey B.L. England Coal Plant to Shut Unit, Convert to Natgas"

"New Jersey's B.L. England coal power plant will shut down one coal unit and convert two other to natural gas to reduce air emissions"

2 comments:

C. Fischer said...

There are a whole bunch of coal fired plants that plan to close permanently at the end of the peak (Summer) electric demand season this year, because of both emissions reasons and the natural gas price.

Bears point out that over a certain point (around $3/MCF) all the new electrical demand will go away, but I think much of it is here to stay.

CP said...

Do you happen to have a list of them?