Luminant is in the middle of a massive project to build a power plant in southwest Japan that will generate about 2,200 megawatts of electricity.
It has to go.
The company’s $1.7 billion project to generate power from coal and gas has been stalled for decades, but that hasn’t stopped it from getting approval from the Japanese government to move forward with the plant.
This is the third time Luminant has been denied approval for a project, and the third major delay.
The company announced on January 13 that it was going to take the project down.
It was supposed to be completed by 2020, but the delays have put that date into doubt.
The decision comes after Luminant announced in May that it would begin shutting down its plants by 2020.
It said it would do this by moving the plants’ coal ash storage facility and nuclear plant to an area outside the region of Kyushu.
The Kyushushu Nuclear Power Project, as it’s known, will be shut down by 2021.
This was also the same year that the company announced that it is shutting down the plants at Hamaoka, Nihonmachi, and Kawaguchi.
It’s also not the first time that Luminant needs to close a plant for economic reasons.
In 2007, Luminant was forced to shut down the Fukuoka nuclear plant in Japan due to a series of power outages.
The nuclear plant had been generating about 6,500 megawatts, but due to poor construction work in the area around it, the plant lost power for about three months.
There have been a number of other recent delays for Luminant.
In December, Luminan announced that a coal plant in northern Italy would be shuttered in 2021 due to concerns about groundwater contamination.
That plant has been operating since the early 1990s and was one of the most important power plants in Europe.
The plant was designed to last 100 years, but was only able to provide power to a few dozen homes at a time, so it was eventually closed.
Luminant also shut down two coal plants in the Philippines in 2014.
The first shut down was the Gila coal plant near Marawi, which produced roughly 300 megawatts.
A second shut down, in 2015, was the Tandigan coal plant, located in the same region, where about 800 megawatts were generated.
In 2016, Luminants decision to shut the two coal power plants at Kawagucho and Wakayama came at a difficult time for the company.
The plants, which are both in central Japan, are important for providing electricity to some of the countrys biggest cities, including Tokyo, Osaka, and Fukuoku.
They are also important for supplying electricity to the regional power grids, and are important in a country where there is a lack of reliable power supply.