Genesis says E3p could stop year-round generation within five years

Gavin Evans
Wed, 06 Mar 2019

By Gavin Evans March 7 (BusinessDesk) - Genesis Energy says its 400 MW gas-fired E3p plant could cease year-round operations within five years as part of the company’s initiatives to reduce emissions from its generation activities. The 12-year-old plant, the country’s largest thermal generator and the electricity sector’s single biggest contributor to emissions, will probably stop running during summer and other periods of low power prices within that timeframe, wholesale general manager Shaun Goldsbury says. Other base-load gas-fired...

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