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Coop Considers Closing Coal Plant Citing Regulations and Other Costs

Central Electric Power Cooperative of Jefferson City, Missouri, is considering closing its Chamois power plant because of regulations and other costs.  The coop held a meeting on Thursday to discuss whether it should make $17 million in improvements to c
February 1, 2013

Central Electric Power Cooperative of Jefferson City, Missouri, is considering closing its Chamois power plant because of regulations and other costs.  The coop held a meeting on Thursday to discuss whether it should make $17 million in improvements to comply with Environmental Protection Agency regulations for air quality and to build a new railroad siding to bring coal to the plant.  Given these costs and the current member base, closure is one option being seriously considered.  Connect MidMissouri is covering this story.

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