The company anticipates these facilities will close by June 1, but the expected layoff date could be earlier. About 260 of the 370 workers are part of Utility Workers Union of America Local 175.
The closures were previously announced last March. A company spokeswoman said they are “proactively managing workforce transitions related to the closure of these generation units,” including contributing $2 million for the purpose of workforce development and job retraining in Adams County. The company will also offer employment services including interview preparation and resume editing for impacted employees.