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At least one unit at the following power plants will retire due to the two EPA rules:

Plant name State County Year oldest unit being retired in service Capacity retiring (MW)
Big Sandy Kentucky Lawrence 1963 255
Buck North Carolina Rowan 1941 256
Cane Run Kentucky Jefferson 1962 563
Cape Fear North Carolina Chatham 1956 316
Chesapeake Virginia Chesapeake (city) 1953 594
Clinch River Virginia Russell 1961 234
Dubuque Iowa Dubuque 1952 65
Fox Lake Minnesota Martin 1962 85
Glen Lyn Virginia Giles 1944 325
Green River Kentucky Muhlenberg 1954 163
Hutsonville Illinois Crawford 1953 153
Kammer West Virginia Marshall 1958 630
Kanawha River West Virginia Kanawha 1953 410
Meredosia Illinois Morgan 1960 389
Miami Fort Ohio Hamilton 1960 163
Muskingum River Ohio Washington 1953 790
H F Lee North Carolina Wayne 1951 391
Philip Sporn West Virginia Mason 1950 600
Picway Ohio Pickaway 1955 95
Potomac River Virginia Alexandria (city) 1949 482
Prairie Creek Iowa Linn 1958 42
Riverbend North Carolina Gaston 1952 454
Salem Harbor Massachusetts Essex 1951 742
State Line Indiana Lake 1955 490
Tanners Creek Indiana Dearborn 1951 489
Tyrone Kentucky Woodford 1953 71
Wabash River Indiana Vigo 1953 678
Walter C Beckjord Ohio Clermont 1952 862
Welsh Texas Titus 1980 524
Yorktown Virginia York 1957 159
Four Corners New Mexico San Juan 1963 560
L V Sutton North Carolina New Hanover 1954 600

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At least one unit at the following power plants is at risk of retirement because of the two EPA rules:

Plant name State County Year oldest unit being at risk in service Capacity at risk (MW)
ACE Cogeneration Facility California San Bernardino 1990 101
Anadarko Plant Oklahoma Caddo 1959 44
Ashtabula Ohio Ashtabula 1958 244
Burlington Iowa Des Moines 1968 209
Carbon Utah Carbon 1954 172
Chamois Missouri Osage 1960 49
Colbert Alabama Colbert 1955 1160
Crystal River Florida Citrus 1966 870
Dale Kentucky Clark 1954 54
Dallman Illinois Sangamon 1968 173
Earl F Wisdom Iowa Clay 1960 37
Eckert Station Michigan Ingham 1954 327
H B Robinson South Carolina Darlington 1960 176
James River Power Station Missouri Greene 1960 194
Lake Road Missouri Buchanan 1967 166
Lake Shore Ohio Cuyahoga 1962 245
Marion Illinois Williamson 1978 170
Milton L Kapp Iowa Clinton 1967 211
Monticello Texas Titus 1974 1130
Montrose Missouri Henry 1958 334
Muskingum River Ohio Washington 1968 585
Prairie Creek Iowa Linn 1967 124
Presque Isle Michigan Marquette 1974 431
R E Burger Ohio Belmont 1955 94
R Gallagher Indiana Floyd 1959 280
Rio Bravo Jasmin California Kern 1989 33
Rio Bravo Poso California Kern 1989 33
Rivesville West Virginia Marion 1943 137
Robert A Reid Kentucky Webster 1966 65
Shawnee Kentucky McCracken 1953 1202
Sibley Missouri Jackson 1960 108
Sunbury Generation LP Pennsylvania Snyder 1949 382
Sutherland Iowa Marshall 1961 82
W S Lee South Carolina Anderson 1951 370
Willow Island West Virginia Pleasants 1949 235
Bay Shore Ohio Lucas 1959 495
Eastlake Ohio Lake 1953 636

Sources: Environmental Protection Agency, AP interviews

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