Natural Gas beat coal in the US. Will renewables and storage beat gas?

In April 2019, in the heart of coal country, Indiana regulators
rejected a proposal by its electric and gas utility, Vectren, to
replace baseload coal plants with a new $900 million, 850 megawatt
(MW) natural gas-fired power plant. Regulators were concerned that
with the dramatic decline in the cost of renewable energy,
maturation of energy storage and rapidly changing customer demand,
such a major gas plant investment could become a stranded,
uneconomic asset in the future. Regulators are now pushing Vectren
to consider more decentralized, lower-carbon resources such as
wind, solar and storage that would offer greater resource
diversity, flexibility and cost effectiveness.
Source: FS – Ecology! 7
Natural Gas beat coal in the US. Will renewables and storage beat gas?