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In this photo taken Tuesday April 12, 2016, Duke Energy Wabash River Generating Station employee Bud Bays talks about some of the unique things he has seen during his 36 years while speaking at the station's control room at the plant north of Terre Haute, Ind. After 63 years, Duke Energy's Wabash River Generating Station has ceased to produce power. The station's last official day to burn coal is Friday, April 14, 2016, but power producing units on Tuesday were already shut down. (Joseph C. Garza/The Tribune-Star via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

In this photo taken Tuesday April 12, 2016, Duke Energy Wabash River Generating Station employee Bud Bays talks about some of the unique things he has seen during his 36 years while speaking at the station's control room at the plant north of Terre Haute, Ind. After 63 years, Duke Energy's Wabash River Generating Station has ceased to produce power. The station's last official day to burn coal is Friday, April 14, 2016, but power producing units on Tuesday were already shut down. (Joseph C. Garza/The Tribune-Star via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

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