NIPSCO to possibly close 4 coal-fired electric generation units at 2 plants
As part of its regular electric supply planning process, NIPSCO announced on Tuesday that it is considering long-term supply options, which may lead to the retirement of four of the company’s coal-fired electric generation units at two different power plants over the next seven years. While not yet final, NIPSCO outlined its electric generation strategy at a public meeting with consumer representatives, environmental organizations, customers and other stakeholders taking part in Indiana’s Integrated Resource Planning (IRP) process. During the session, NIPSCO leaders said the company has been and will continue working with stakeholders and regulators to solicit input on a generation strategy that meets customer needs in a cost-effective manner, with the goal to provide ongoing work opportunities for any affected employees. More information about NIPSCO’s electric supply strategies and the IRP process can be found at NIPSCO.com/IRP.
Leave a Reply
You must be logged in to post a comment.