Abundant and comparatively cheap supply of shale gas in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia is encouraging the development of combined-cycle gas power plants. About one-third of new-built CCGTs in the United States since 2010 are situated in PJM Interconnection. They reach a utilization rate of 71% – substantially more than thermal coal units.
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