Merrimack Station power plant almost never runs these days, but not because of protests
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Merrimack Station, the big power plant in Bow, is used to being in the middle of battles, whether they involved the half-billion-dollar scrubber, tax payments to Bow or the temperature of Merrimack River water.
Now it finds itself in the midst of global attempts to limit climate change. Protesters will gather in front of the main gates on Saturday, urging that the region’s largest remaining coal-fired generator be shut down because of coal’s extreme impact on global warming.