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Shale Boom Is a Bust for Europe's Gas Plants The Wall Street Journal
By Jan Hromadko
May 8, 2013
The ripples of the North American shale boom continue to spread, as a growing number of European utilities are forced to mothball modern gas-fired power plants that can't compete with growing imports of cheap coal dislodged from the U.S. Renewables plans violate convention, claim protesters The Times
By Mike Wade
May 8, 2013
Anti-turbine protesters from Scotland last night joined a European-wide action challenging the development of wind farms across 24 countries.
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Learn How Clean Coal is Our Energy Advantage
The 10 states that use the highest percentage of coal enjoy electricity rates that are significantly lower than states that rely on other fuels. Coal is abundant, affordable and ours. Find out how coal-based electricity affects your life in this interactive map.Continue Reading...
New EPA Rules Cost Jobs and Growth
A wave of U.S. EPA regulations would reduce coal use and cost families an average of $270 every year -- at a time when millions are struggling. Low-cost energy from coal is an engine of economic growth, responsible for nearly 7 million jobs and $1 trillion in GDP.Continue Reading...
Tell Congress to Keep Energy Affordable
Without coal, American families will feel the same pain at the plug we feel at the pump. Low cost coal keeps U.S. energy affordable. Yet, the U.S. EPA is pushing new regulations designed to raise power rates by reducing coal. Call on Congress to secure our energy futur...Continue Reading...
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Coal By the Numbers
Coal Hard Facts
Coal fuels more U.S. power than any other energy source. The states that use the highest percentage of coal enjoy electricity rates that are substantially below the cost of power in states that rely on other fuels.