July 2015, Vol. 242, No. 7

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Regulators Ask Appalachian Power to Keep Up Infrastructure at Closed Plant

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia regulators have asked Appalachian Power to maintain infrastructure at a closed coal-fired power plant that could one day be used to convert the facility to natural gas. Fully demolishing the Kanawha River Plant would rule out such a conversion, the Public Service Commission said in an order issued Tuesday. “We’re just starting to understand the implications of the order,” Appalachian Power spokeswoman Jeri Matheney said Wednesday. “We’re going to have look at these costs and the feasibility of complying with the order.” The PSC’s staff had asked the commission in May to direct Appalachian Power to provi

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