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Full Title: A Dwindling Role for Coal Author(s): Jeremy Richardson, Sam Goberg, & Julie McNamara Publisher(s): Union of Concerned Scientists Publication Date: 09/2017 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): There’s a historic transition underway in the US...
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Full Title: Are Existing Coal Plants Less Expensive Than New Gas, Wind or Solar? Author(s): America's Power Publisher(s): America's Power ACCCE Publication Date: 08/2018 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): The nation’s mix of electricity resources is...
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Full Title: Preserving Flexibility: Comments on EPA’s Carbon Existing Source Performance Standards Author(s): Nathan Richardson Publisher(s): Resources for the Future Publication Date: 3/2014 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- In its January 8, 2014 proposal, Standards of Performance...
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Full Title: Ripe for Retirement: An Economic Analysis of the U.S. Coal Fleet Author(s):  Lesley Fleischman, Rachel Cleetus, Steve Clemmer, Jeff Deyette, Steve Frenkel Publisher(s): The Electricity Journal Publication Date: 12/2013 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description...
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Full Title: The Affordable Clean Energy Rule and the Impact of Emissions Rebound on Carbon Dioxide and Criteria Air Pollutant Emissions Author(s): Amelia T. Keyes, Kathleen F. Lambert, Dallas Burtraw, Jonathan...
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Full Title: The Twilight of Coal-Fired Power? The EPA's New Standards for Greenhouse Gases Author(s): Rob Barnett Publisher(s): Bloomberg Government Publication Date: 5/2012 Language: English Length: 129 pages, PDF Full Text: –>DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<– Description (excerpt): The Environmental Protection...
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Full Title: The U.S. Coal Sector Author(s): Howard Gruenspecht Publisher(s): The Brookings Institute Publication Date: 01/2019 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): he 40 percent decline in U.S. coal-fired power generation over the last decade accounted for...
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[caption id="attachment_28262" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo by Kimon Berlin[/caption] Coal isn’t coming back although with real investment in carbon capture and sequestration, it could continue to contribute to a clean energy economy....
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