If Ohio were to stop burning coal tomorrow, the state would shut down.
Eighty-six percent of Ohio's electric energy comes from coal combustion — a key factor in menacing climate change. That's about to shift.
Dayton Power and Light Co. executives are feeling their way though a complex assortment of alternative energy proposals — more than 50 from 35 bidders — that concern everything from biomass to wind generation.
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