Idaho Power says it wants to shut down the North Valmy coal-fired electric plant in Nevada in 2025, 10 years earlier than previously planned.
Idaho Power says it wants to shut down the North Valmy coal-fired electric plant in Nevada in 2025, 10 years earlier than previously planned. Idaho Power Co.
Idaho Power says it wants to shut down the North Valmy coal-fired electric plant in Nevada in 2025, 10 years earlier than previously planned. Idaho Power Co.
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Idaho Power wants to shut down Nevada coal plant in 2025

October 25, 2016 10:55 AM

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