Source mtstandard.com Utilities facing exits from the power plant had started scrutinizing the maintenance budget, particularly after cost the proposed 2021 budget it spiked sharply. Those owners wanted to know if the repairs were necessary to keep the power plant running beyond 2025. They were scrutinizing the budget, not merely going along with what the power plant’s operator, fellow owner Talen Energy, had requested.
Republican lawmakers moved to nullify portions of the power plant business contract in response to NorthWestern Energy accusations that the other owners were conspiring to bring the power plant to closure by refusing to make repairs.
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