December 2012, Vol. 239 No. 12

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Study Predicts 70 GW Of Fossil-Fired Capacity Retirements Next Four Years

ICF International’s Integrated Energy Outlook suggests that system operators must work with generators to coordinate more than 70 GW of fossil-fired capacity retirements and outages associated with 400 GW of new pollution control installations over the next four years. Though these regulations could also mean coal-fired generator retirements of more than 50 GW, ICF projects that coal generation in the U.S. will remain steady through 2020. The study also finds that the Environmental Protection Agency’s recently proposed New Source Performance Standards for greenhouse gases from new generation sources, does not impact the going forward capacity build-out. In the gas

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