Stemming from a settlement with environmental groups, Duke Energy agreed August 28 to end burning coal at Wabash River Station in Indiana by 2018. The company will also increase investments in renewable energy. The plant, which went online this summer, was at the center of an ethics challenge when regulators were found to be discussing project costs with company officials.
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