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Tennessee Valley Authority
The TVA Board votes to retire Paradise Unit 3 and Bull Run within the next few years. Their decision was made after extensive reviews and public comments and will ensure continued reliable power at the lowest cost feasible. We will work with impacted employees and communities.
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Kaleb Chambers 14 Feb 19
Replying to @TVAnews
Devestating to Muhlenberg County.
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Brim 14 Feb 19
Yeah I'm watchin live now. I live in Illinois and work for a railroad that hauls coal to a TVA plant near Paducah and a few other coal plants in southern Illinois. These decisions affect way more than just the workers at the plants themselves. Sucks to watch it live
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angst "Just wear the effing mask" los 14 Feb 19
Replying to @TVAnews
Good!!!
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Michael_Butler 14 Feb 19
Replying to @angstlos8 @TVAnews
Explain?
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Joe Smith 2 14 Feb 19
Replying to @TVAnews
72 % of the county votes Repub- working for ya'll?
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travis porter 14 Feb 19
Replying to @uyes1969 @TVAnews
Economics worked and if they are true conservative Republicans they will have to see that
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Jeremy Buckles 14 Feb 19
Replying to @TVAnews
I just want to know where the increased production is going to come from if these are shuttered? TVA needs to be transparent about this. Demand will continue to increase, and if we're not keeping up with that increasing demand, prices will continue to rise for rate payers.
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Adam Parish 14 Feb 19
Replying to @JeremyBuckles @TVAnews
The UT Baker Center did a study on this. Demand for power is not increasing. TVA like all organizations needs to be nimble.
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Dale Perkins 14 Feb 19
Replying to @TVAnews
This is great news. Coal has no place in the 21st century
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sknewton 14 Feb 19
Replying to @knoxbiker @TVAnews
That's right Dale, you tell them. Windmills and solar to the rescue.!
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