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Despite impending plant closures, coal’s death could be ‘greatly exaggerated’

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Watchdog discusses with Marlo Lewis the current financial struggle of coal plants, and the future the coal industry is facing.

Marlo Lewis, a senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute who studies energy issues, said it’s possible “coal’s death will prove to be greatly exaggerated.”

“The usual suspects crow that coal can’t come back, it can’t compete with gas,” he told Watchdog.org. “I believe it’s too early to tell.”

Read the full article at Watchdog.org.