By David Martin
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Impact of RMP study unknown

 


How an early retirement of two units at the Jim Bridger Power Plant will impact the county’s valuation remains to be seen, but Sweetwater County Assessor Dave Divis said the valuation of the plant itself may change.

Last week, Rocky Mountain Power released an updated study which suggested its customers could save $248 million if the company sped up plans to retire four coal using power units at two plants in Southwestern Wyoming. Two of the units are at the Jim Bridger plant, while the other two are at the Noughton Plant in Lincoln County.

The retirements are anticipated to start as ear...



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