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U.S. coal-fired plants depend on maintenance projects as market toughens

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Coal-fired power generation continued to see its status diminish in the domestic energy market in 2018. With more coal-fueled plants closing and the Trump administration yet to find a way to reverse the trend, coal-power generators are depending on maintenance projects to keep existing plants in shape.

Coal-fired power generation continued to see its status diminish in the domestic energy market in 2018. With more coal-fueled plants closing and the Trump administration yet to find a way to reverse the trend, coal-power generators are depending on maintenance projects to keep existing plants in shape. Industrial Info is tracking about 60 maintenance projects at coal-fired power plants across the U.S. that are slated to kick off in first-quarter 2019.

Within this article: Details on some of the maintenance projects at domestic coal-fired power plants that are set to begin construction in the first quarter, including those from major companies such as Vistra Energy Corporation, Xcel Energy Incorporated, CPS Energy, PacifiCorp and Berkshire Hathaway Incorporated.

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