Wisconsin Power & Light offers $1.4 billion plan to clean up energy production


Wisconsin Power & Light says it will shut down three aging, coal-fired electricity generating units by the end of 2015 — including two in southwest Wisconsin — and it has not decided yet how to replace the power they provide.

The Madison utility company also plans to add pollution reduction equipment on a Sheboygan generator, nearly doubling the $450 million WPL already is spending on emission controls systemwide.

Via Wisconsin State Journal.

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