How long do coal plants last?



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    Their typical period of operation seems to be about 50 years. In theory, because worn-out parts can always be replaced, they could last indefinitely, but at some point it probably becomes more efficient, both in terms of money and energy, to build a new plant rather than refurbish an old one.

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