Rising costs, climate change concerns shaping energy plans
WILLMAR -- Rising construction costs and concerns over global warming are leading utilities to drop plans for new coal plants in the United States.
The Associated Press reported that proposals for 16 coal-fired power plants nationwide have been scrapped in recent months, and more than three dozen others have been delayed.
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