Coal Is On Its Way Out in Indiana. But What Replaces It and Who Will Own It?

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Coal companies still wield significant political power in Indiana, and they’re pushing utilities to stick to coal, arguing that Trump’s deregulation will make the fossil fuel cheaper. But even in the Trump era, the utilities realize, market demands for a clean energy transition are inexorable. Who will set the pace, and how fast, and who benefits? There are no easy answers. Read the story.