Posted by Jeff Swanson on May 5, 2015 
Nice picture and comments Kyle. Thanks
Posted by J. Randall Banks on May 10, 2016 
Actually the Eckert plant hasn't been replaced yet. There is a new natural gas plant but it's supplanting power, not replacing this plant. This plant will go offline in 2020, not 2025. They're taking recommendations Some of the suggestions are new solar energy, Electric generating natural gas plant, Implementing programs to encourage electricity use, and Increased wind energy. This plant will go offline due to the fact that the cost of upgrading it to fall in line with new EPA rules will be way too expensive.
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