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Energy Poverty Coming to America; Coal Shuttered for Clean Power Residents of Pueblo, Colorado are concerned about their skyrocketing electricity prices because the state's Clean Air-Clean Jobs Act is forcing the closure of inexpensive coal plants.
But if that's not managed carefully, energy bills can skyrocket. Colo. Sharon Garcia is stumbling around her dining room in the dark, trying to find Post-It notes. As she has for years, Garcia wants to affix the notes, marked with dollar signs, to
Japan is boosting its financial support for coal-fired power plants built overseas, an official said Wednesday, shrugging off calls from the Obama administration and global environmental groups to scale back public funding for carbon-intensive coal...
Scotland's Longannet power station has been named as one of the top 30 polluting power plants in the EU. Europe's Dirty 30 report is by WWF, CAN Europe, the European Envionmental Bureau, the Health and Environment Alliance and Climate Alliance
A pilot project to capture carbon dioxide from emissions at a coal-fired power plant in Mercer County could play a role in the future of coal, not just in Kentucky but elsewhere, officials said Monday. It's a key issue for Kentucky because the state
Topeka A Washington-area group with ties to veteran Republican operatives is spending at least $246,000 on radio and television advertisements in Kansas markets praising conservative GOP Gov. Sam Brownback ahead of the state's primary election,
Mauritians protest against the construction of a 100-megawatt (MW) coal power plant in Pointe-aux-Caves, on the west of the island. They say the project will cause irreparable damage to them and the environment of this Indian Ocean island nation.
However, this environmentally friendly industry is growing fast, especially in overseas markets that don't have the benefit of cheap natural gas...You take wood scraps from operations like lumber mills, chip it up, and mush it into little pellets.
Fayette Power Project Courtesy of Al Braden At its June 12 meeting, the City Council passed a resolution in support of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 's recently proposed carbon rule, staying in stride with the city's net-zero emissions
What coal miners and power companies explain is that coal is necessary to provide the energy the world needs. And that's an important piece of the puzzle to remember while the news headlines appear to be calling the end for coal...It's a fancy