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Distributed Generation: Too Much of a Good Thing?

Electric utilities face a number of challenges these days. One of the most serious is the increasing difficulty associated with siting new generation plants. For example, with environmental regulations continuing to tighten, it is almost impossible to site a new coal plant these days. And, while nuclear remains a viable option, it can take many years and millions of dollars to get a new site up and running.

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