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Environmental council: Iowa utilities don’t need coal power to meet demand

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A row of wind turbines sit in a field.

The Iowa environmental council wants the state to close its coal-fired plants in favor of more clean energy investment. Credit: Jim Hammer / Flickr

The state can use batteries to store enough wind, solar, and other renewables to power itself without coal, the Iowa Environmental Council's analysis says.

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