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Coal’s Slow Burn

June 2013 issue of the Electric Light & Power Magazine

ScottMadden, Inc. was recently featured in the June 2013 issue of Electric Light & Power magazine. This issue highlighted ScottMadden’s recent report, “Coal’s Slow Burn” by Todd Williams, partner and fossil practice co-leader, and Stuart Pearman, partner and energy practice leader. To view the June 2013 edition of Electric Light & Power magazine, please click here.

The article, “Coal’s Slow Burn,” provides an overview of anticipated coal-fired plant retirements and the two primary drivers—the associated costs of compliance with Environmental Protection Agency regulations and the low price of natural gas. The article also discusses key concerns industry players should think about when considering retirement—compliance costs, margin contribution impacts, and useful life.

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The Energy Industry Update - Volume 16, Issue 2

The energy industry is changing, and its regulatory and financial moorings are shifting. Competitive markets combined with other factors may lead to early nuclear unit retirement. Continuing changes in energy supply and demand patterns create a complex operation environment for electric utilities. Federal and state policy lines are beginning to blur as states have been increasingly intervening in FERC domain seeking favorable outcomes for their citizens and other local constituencies. In our Update, themed “As Yogi Berra Might Say…,” we look at the unusual picture drawn by the juxtaposition of these changes.

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