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|Tuesday, June 29, 2010|
Oregon's Department of Environmental Quality gave three options on Monday for the shutdown of Portland General Electric Co.'s coal-fired power plant in Boardman in order to meet federal Clean Air standards.
The three proposals call for closing the coal plant earlier than the proposed 2020, but also require expensive pollution controls, which PGE said would increase costs substantially.
Read more at OregonLive.com.
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