Retiring Coal Plants Likely Means NW Will Need More Generation To Lower Chance Of Power Shortfall

According to the Northwest Power and Conservation Council’s assessment of the Pacific Northwest’s power supply, the region should have an adequate supply through 2020, although the planned retirements of four coal plants by 2022 means that the region will have to acquire nearly 1,400 megawatts of new capacity to lower the chance of a shortfall.

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