“Some utility companies have scrapped plans for new natural-gas plants in favor of wind and solar sources that have become cheaper and easier to install. Existing gas plants are being shut because their economics are no longer attractive. And regulators are increasingly challenging the plans of companies determined to move forward with new natural-gas plants.
The shifting dynamics are being seen in the Western states in particular — driven not only by economics, but by regulation and climate as well.”
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