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Xcel learns to forecast wind, then shuts coal plants

Wind power has long seduced some U.S. utilities. Unlike coal, natural gas or diesel power, the wind is free. But learning how to forecast its force, and then handle it, has been a major hurdle for power companies. Few utilities have invested more in solving that conundrum than Xcel Energy Inc.

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