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TVA Switching Plant to Gas

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The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) said this week it will retire its Cumberland Fossil coal plant and build a 1,450-megawatt combined-cycle natural gas facility in its place by 2026. The gas plant will reduce carbon emissions from the Cumberland site by 60%, the federal utility said.

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