The New York Times shines light on how old, unused coal plants can help support the energy transition and job growth in the U.S.

Date: 07/15/2022

Coal plants around the U.S. that consume large areas of land have been shutting down and local communities are impacted due to the loss of jobs and property taxes. The New York Times story mentions ENGIE North America among other companies that are proactively transforming these coal plants into solar, battery and other renewable energy projects which produce clean energy for local power grids.

We are proud to share our story around transforming a vacant coal plant into a solar farm that produces enough clean energy to power 1,800 homes.  

Click here to read the full story.

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