Although they hadn’t seen the final rules, respondents to the annual survey of utility executives released Tuesday by Overland Park-based Black & Veatch agreed that natural gas “will take market share away” from coal and nuclear plants “to meet emissions goals under the Clean Power Plan,” the final version of which was released Monday by President Barack Obama.
Although they hadn’t seen the final rules, respondents to the annual survey of utility executives released Tuesday by Overland Park-based Black & Veatch agreed that natural gas “will take market share away” from coal and nuclear plants “to meet emissions goals under the Clean Power Plan,” the final version of which was released Monday by President Barack Obama. File photo by TY WRIGHT Bloomberg
Although they hadn’t seen the final rules, respondents to the annual survey of utility executives released Tuesday by Overland Park-based Black & Veatch agreed that natural gas “will take market share away” from coal and nuclear plants “to meet emissions goals under the Clean Power Plan,” the final version of which was released Monday by President Barack Obama. File photo by TY WRIGHT Bloomberg

Utility execs see shift to more natural gas, worry about alternative energy and government regulation

August 03, 2015 09:00 PM