On: February 17, 2021 | By:
In April 2016, after 67 years of operation, the Consumers Energy Company closed the B.C. Cobb Power Plant in Muskegon, Michigan, in an effort to move to cleaner energy. The power plant, which opened in 1948, had two coal-fired generating units capable of producing 320 MW of electricity, and a 650-ft.-tall smokestack.
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