Believe it or not, as AG said, it really is. It recently started buying power from renewable sources to sell but, yeah, still 95% coal. Talk about a throwback!I'm pretty sure that power generation wasn't 95% coal even in 1995. I do know that Canada has been primarily hydroelectric since the 1970s, but I don't think that even the Americans know what they're doing down there.
It is a tiny plant though, and 2022 is its farewell year. In fact, something like 90% of coal plants in Michigan are being closed.