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As of: 2:16 PM, 7/24/21

Coal

Transition to Zero Coal by 2025

We plan to retire the Karn 1 and 2 coal-fired generating units in 2023.

Three additional remaining coal-fired units, Campbell 1, 2, and 3 will retire in 2025, 15 years earlier than previously planned.

Ending coal use by 2025 provides an opportunity to leverage demand-side options and transform our electric generation with renewable energy.

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Michigan’s Clean Future

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