Turk coal-fired plant quietly up, going

Delayed by legal filings, outcries, it gets to work

Posted: February 17, 2013 at 2:27 a.m.

Close-up of coal conveyor system at Turk Power Plant

The latest technology for coal-fired power plants is being used at the $2.1 billion, 600-megawatt John W. Turk Jr. plant about 15 miles northeast of Texarkana.

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Business, Pages 67 on 02/17/2013


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