A power grid operator is raising the alarm as a major coal plant is about to be shut down by green agenda policies.

The coal plant serves millions of Americans across the mid-Atlantic.

PJM Interconnection, which coordinates the movement of wholesale electricity in all or parts of 13 states and the District of Columbia, is warning that a planned coal-fired power plant shutdown will severely threaten electricity supplies.

The power grid operator, which serves 65 million consumers, warns that blackouts could occur before new power sources come online.

PJM Interconnection said the forthcoming shutdown of Brandon Shores coal power plant located outside of Baltimore will disrupt the reliability of the region’s grid.

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