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Citizens for Michigan's Energy Future

Power Plant Closures

For the last few decades, Michigan and other Midwestern states have enjoyed the benefits of a surplus of power plants. That is all about to change. Critical power plants across Michigan will soon be shut down due to old age and environmental standards.

A recent independent report noted these plants produce power for more than two million people.

Independent projections show that Michigan faces an energy shortfall – even before these power plants close.

Michigan’s energy future is at a critical turning point. Acting soon will ensure that the lights stay on and we have a reliable energy supply.

Below are the plants and units that will be closing down due to old age and federal environmental requirements:

B.C. Cobb Unit #4, Muskegon, MI
B.C. Cobb Unit #5, Muskegon, MI
James De Young Unit #3, Holland, MI
James De Young Unit #4, Holland, MI
James De Young Unit #5, Holland, MI
Eckert Station Unit #1, Lansing, MI
Eckert Station Unit #2, Lansing, MI
Eckert Station Unit #3, Lansing, MI
Eckert Station Unit #4, Lansing, MI
Eckert Station Unit #5, Lansing, MI
Eckert Station Unit #6, Lansing, MI
Endicott Generating Station Unit #1, Litchfield, MI
Harbor Beach Unit #1, Harbor Beach, MI
J.R. Whiting Unit #1, Erie, MI
J.R. Whiting Unit #2, Erie, MI
J.R. Whiting Unit #3, Erie, MI
J.C. Weadock Unit #7, Essexville, MI
J.C. Weadock Unit #8, Essexville, MI
Trenton Channel Unit #7. Trenton, MI
Trenton Channel Unit #8. Trenton, MI
Presque Isle Unit #5, Marquette, MI
Presque Isle Unit #6, Marquette, MI
Presque Isle Unit #7, Marquette, MI
Presque Isle Unit #8, Marquette, MI
Presque Isle Unit #9, Marquette, MI