Natural Gas Generation To Cut Need For Coal

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The Lansing Board of Water & Light has started up its new 100 MW natural gas-fired power plant across the street from its existing Moore’s Park and Eckert coal-fired generators with their iconic triple exhaust stacks. The facility will also supply steam to the Board’s municipal steam loop. The new generation will allow the shutdown of the three oldest coal-fired units at the site.


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