K.J. Rodgers writes to Maryland Public Service Commission noting conversions of coal power plants to gas have reduced emissions 13 to 1 versus renewables.
The Charles P. Crane Generating Station, a 400 megawatt coal power plant located in Bowleys Quarters, Maryland, 14 miles east of Baltimore was closed in June of last year and is proposed for conversion to a a natural gas-fired peaker plant. The usual suspects are opposed, of course. This is what I wrote about that to our Public Service Commission.