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N.J.’s largest remaining coal plant is shutting down for good. Clean energy may be its future.

The largest of New Jersey’s remaining coal-fired power plants is going offline for good this week.

On Wednesday, the B.L. England plant in Upper Township will be permanently shutdown, according to Mayor Rich Palombo.

RC Cape May Holdings, the plant’s owner, did not offer any comment on the closure.

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