ORLANDO, Fla. – Over the next five years, the iconic Stanton Energy Plant will be replacing the coal it now uses to generate electricity with natural gas.According to the plan approved by board members for the Orlando Utility Commission, Stanton will end its coal-fired electricity generation by 2027.[TRENDING: Can Trump run for president again? | Tourists flocking to Fla.
for vaccine? | Fifth-largest lotto jackpot up for grabs]They estimate using natural gas will reduce carbon emissions by 50 percent with a target of zero emissions and 100 percent clean energy by the year 2050.“There are more emissions are associated with coal than natural gas.