Oregon Senate votes to phase out Coal generation

Oregon passed “precedent-setting” legislation in March with the passage of Senate Bill 1547, which will eliminate coal from the state’s energy supply by 2030, and provide half of all customers’ power with renewable sources by 2040. The state’s  one existing coal plant is its largest source of GhG emissions, according to Yale 360  .

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